- According to his uncle Joseph Taani, Rev William Mako called his family members using a borrowed phone on Tuesday night and asked them to pick him up.
- Taani said Mako was taken to the Pona Hospital in Kitengela where doctors said he could be released owing to his condition.
The Kajiado pastor who went missing in Kitengela last Saturday has been found but he is in an unstable condition, the family says.
According to his uncle Joseph Taani, Rev William Mako called his family members using a borrowed phone on Tuesday night and asked them to pick him up.
“He called and said his health is in bad shape and needed urgent medical attention,” Taani said.
Taani added that when his nephew (Mako) called, he arranged for a goat to be slaughtered and immediately dispatched three pastors to go and receive him in Kitengela town.
“On arriving in Kitengela at night, they found Rev Mako was not able to talk straight and was only insisting on being taken to hospital, Taani said.
“He had dirty clothes and the people we sent to receive him could not ask him questions because of the state he was in."
Taani said Mako was taken to the Pona Hospital in Kitengela where doctors said he could not be released owing to his condition.
“We are preparing to go to Kitengela this morning to check on him at the hospital and see whether he would shed light on what happened to him,” Taani said.
According to the family Mako left his Kisaji home, near Isinya town on Saturday morning with hopes that he would not be back the same day because he was scheduled to attend a church seminar elsewhere near Kajiado town.
He left without his car and took a matatu to his business precinct in Kitengela where he stayed until evening before taking a bodaboda ride to the town’s bus station.
After he was dropped off near the bus station, no one saw him take a vehicle because the bodaboda man returned immediately leaving him there.
His family members got worried when they heard that their relative listed the number of people who owed him money.
He also listed the number of people he owed money and put them in an envelope before leaving his phone after drawing some money from his Mpesa account.
The family said they would issue a statement later on Wednesday.