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Mwenda Mbijiwe Latest News: It has been reported that Mewnda Mbijiwe has died. His brother embarks on a perilous mission to DCI.

On Tuesday, October 19, ODM leader Raila Odinga commented on the video of missing government analyst Mwenda Mbijiwe, which has left some Kenyans perplexed.

Odinga stated in an interview with Meru County’s Weru TV that he was asked to make a statement regarding Mbijiwe’s disappearance.

Mwenda Mbijiwe Latest News: Was He Found Dead? Wikipedia, Family, Wife & Bio Explored

Mwenda Mbijiwe vanished without a trace on Saturday, June 12.

This challenge appears to have been misinterpreted by Odinga. He mentioned Cupboard Minister Gilbert M’Mbijiwe Kabere, who passed away in 2017.

His allegation perplexes the audience, and the majority believe Mwenda, who he claimed had been missing for six months, has surrendered.

TV analysts were going to Meilu County to see sick relatives before their abduction.

Mbijiwe had borrowed a car from local businessman Edward Mwangi, who attempted to reach him on his abduction but was unable.

Mwenda Mbijiwe: The first weapon a soldier has is their body, therefore they need to be in perfect shape as they are being recruited into the force #CitizenExtra

— Citizen TV Kenya (@citizentvkenya) February 13, 2018

Mwangi said that he followed the car to Kasarani on June 18 using the vehicle’s monitoring mechanism.

Meanwhile, authorities are investigating the disappearance of security consultant Mwenda Mbijiwe, who was last seen in Tatu City, Kiambu County, after a vehicle he hired was found vandalized at a coffee farm.

Mbijiwe went missing, and his sister appealed to the public for any important information that could lead to his location.

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What Happened To Mwenda Mbijiwe?

Tamara Mbijiwe claims her brother’s phone is switched off, and the automobile is untraceable. His phone signal was last detected to Thika, Kiambu County, where the ex-KDF Commander went missing on Saturday, June 12

Mwenda had trained a Nairobi-based church on basic security tactics early Saturday and was scheduled to arrive at our Meru remote home that evening.

Where Is Mwenda Mbijiwe?

Jane Gatwiri, mother of the missing security expert, wants Raila Odinga to clarify his statement over her son after Odinga, while answering a question in a local TV interview, appeared to suggest that Mbijiwe is dead. #NTVAtOne @VictorKiprop_

— NTV Kenya (@ntvkenya) October 22, 2021

After failing to locate Mbijiwe, the family filed a missing person’s report at Nairobi’s Central Police Station two days later.

The DCI, according to Tamara, had initiated an investigation into the disappearance of an ex-KDF commander who was on his way to Meru to see his mother when he went missing.

Mwenda Mbijiwe, a former Kenya Air Force commander and security and counter-terrorism expert, has been gone for about a month after going missing on June 12, 2021.

His mother, Ms. Gatwiri Jane, gave birth to him in the community of Kimbo in Meru County. Mr. Nkonge Stephen is his stepfather’s name.

Mr. Mbijiwe is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Eye on Security, a security expert, and a consultant.

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— Mwenda Mbijiwe (@MbijiweMwenda) April 13, 2021

He uses the platform to empower security experts, provide consulting services, and hold training sessions for industry professionals.

Mwenda Mbijiwe has been Vice President of The Sister Cities Association of Kenya since August 2019.

He also has a younger brother named Bundi Nicholas. Ms. Mbijiwe Tamara had claimed to be Mwenda’s brother; however, her allegations were shown to be false.

Mwenda Mbijiwe Biography, Education, Career, Scandal & Questionable Dealings

Mwenda Muthuri Mbijiwe is a security expert who hails from Kimbo Village in Meru County.

He grew into prominence for his security expertise and has offered security analysis and consulted on counter terrorism both to companies directly and through mainstream media.


Mbijiwe’s early education remains unknown to the public, but a spot check on his LinkedIn profile revealed two institutions in which he is an alumnus.

He attended the University of Nairobi between 2014 and 2017, where he attained a Barchelor’s degree in Armed Conflict and Resolution.

Mbijiwe later enrolled at the University of Tel Aviv, Israel in 2020 and graduated with a Masters degree in National Security and Diplomacy.


The security analyst is a former Kenya Air Force’s Air Defence Control Unit commander.

According to his LinkedIn profile, Mbijiwe left the force and went into private practice in 2007. That is when he founded his own security consultancy agency, Eye on Security.

Since it began operations, he has served as its chief executive officer (CEO).

Mbijiwe is also the vice president of the Sister Cities Association of Kenya – SCAK, which is a member of US-based Sister Cities International, whose mission is “To promote global peace through mutual respect, understanding and cooperation – one individual, one community at a time.”


Over the course of his career offering consultancy services on matters security, Mbijiwe has worked with and for some of the top institutions in the country.

On numerous occasions, he has appeared on national televisions to give a breakdown, or highlight security lapses, should haves and should dos, pertaining to security threats experienced in the country over the recent years.

Since January 2015, Mbijiwe has been a security consultant for Huduma Kenya.


In 2008, Mbijiwe published his book, America Fear no Evil. In the book, he highlight’s the United States as a country mandated by God to ensure world peace.

The former military man states that, the biggest challenge to the realisation of world peace and persistent threat from terrorists, is fear.

He therefore, urges the US not to be afraid as the world is counting on them to ensure peace.

Political aspirations

In 2017, Mbijiwe unsuccessfully contested the Meru Gubernatorial seat.

He was a member of the ruling Jubilee Party but defected to ODM after accusing the former of favouritism.

Mbijiwe later dropped out of the race in favour of Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya, who eventually lost to Jubilee’s Kiraitu Murungi.


Mbijiwe has been at the center of tainting news headlines over the years.

In 2019, he was arraigned in court for allegedly swindling an unsuspecting member of the public Ksh150,000 after claiming to have links with the United Nations.

According to court documents and as widely reported by local dailies, Mbijiwe is said to have conned Fadhili Abdi Mohamed after they met on March 28, 2019 at an unknown location in Nairobi.

He is reported to have misled Abdi to believing that he could secure a job at the UN for his sister Shamso Abdirahman.

He pled not guilty and was released on a Ksh50,000 cash bail.

Questionable Dealings

On June 22, Daily Nation reported that the security consultant was involved with questionable dealings with the police. According to the publication, he was a regular at the Pangani Police Station.

Those close to the TV personality allege that he was often reckless with his licensed firearm and was not afraid of brandishing it in public.

On one occasion, he is said to have brandished his gun and controlled traffic at the Roysambu roundabout on Thika Road.

“He opened his jacket and held a gun that was in his belt holster with one of his hands, and made sure that we saw it,” a source who witnessed the incident told the publication.

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Police sources have also indicated that he has been involved in a a series of questionable deals.

Unknown whereabouts

Mwenda Mbijiwe Biography, Education, Career, Scandal & Questionable Dealings
File image of Ex-military officer and security consultant Mwenda Mbijiwe. |Photo| Courtesy|

The country has in the past few days been rocked with the troubling news of the unknown whereabouts of the security consultant.

His family stated that Mbijiwe has been missing since Saturday, June 12. He was driving a rented car from Nairobi, heading to his rural home in Meru.

His sister Tamara Mbijiwe revealed that his phone had been switched off and the car was discovered abandoned in Tatu City, Kiambu County.

The family filed a missing persons report at Central Police Station in Nairobi and have urged security agencies to expedite investigations in establishing his whereabouts.

Mwenda Mbijiwe Age and Place of Birth

He was born to his mother Ms. Gatwiri Jane in Meru County in a village called Kimbo. He has a stepfather called Mr. Nkonge Stephen.

Mwenda Mbijiwe Education Background

He is an alumnus of the University of Nairobi where he pursued an undergraduate degree in Armed Conflict and Peace between 2014 and 2017. He then joined Tel Aviv University for his Master’s degree in National Security and Diplomacy between 2020 and 2021.

Mwenda Mbijiwe Career Journey

Mr. Mbijiwe is a security expert and consultant who is the Chief Executive Officer and founder of Eye on Security. He uses the platform to empower security specialists, give consulting services and training sessions for professionals in the industry.

Since August 2019, Mwenda Mbijiwe has been serving as Vice President for The Sister Cities Association of Kenya (SCAK).

Mwenda Mbijiwe Personal Life

He additionally has a brother called Bundi Nicholas. One Ms. Mbijiwe Tamara had been masquerading as Mwenda’s brother, claims that have been proven null and fake.

Mwenda Mbijiwe Disappearance

Mbijiwe has been missing for twenty-two days and his family has been left in a tough position in his search. His mother in a press recording called on the international community to help find their son. Ms. Gatwiri called on South Africa, the United States, and Israel to take measures to reunite them with their son.

His disappearance has been marked with deep mysteries and questions that have given Mwenda’s family sleepless nights. Being a highly qualified and experienced security expert, Mwenda’s disappearance has raised several eyebrows as to his whereabouts. The last track to him was a linkage to a car he had allegedly hired from Mwangi Edward in a tea farm in Kiambu County.

The authorities recovered the vehicle and have however not made any comments regarding investigations from the vehicle that would give leads to Mwenda’s whereabouts. These accompanied with an impersonator sister giving interviews on his disappearance

Real Name Mwenda Mbijiwe
Age Mid-forties (As of 2021)
Nationality  Kenyan
Education Level Graduate
Place of Birth Kimbo, Meru County
Birth Sign N/A
Year of Birth Mid-1970s
Religion  Christian
Spouse  N/A
Children  N/A
Profession Security Consultant, Counter-terrorism expert
Net Worth N/A

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