By Reporter
Human rights activists have obtained an order against Nairobi County  Commander Nicholas Kamwende to report on the whereabouts of two  Sudanese  abducted in Nairobi last year.


 High  court judge  Justice  Luka Kimaru, said the  the officer  should move with speed and get information from  all  communication providers  and present to court on  January 31 2017.

 The providers include, Safaricom, Airtel, Orange and  Communication Commission Authority of  Kenya.


Samuel Dong who is  prominent lawyer  went missing December  23 2016  and was last seen at Nairobi  Central  Business District  taking a bus to his resident.

 Aggrey Idris who is also  a member of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement -In Opposition(SPLM-IO)is said to have been abducted by unknown people at  Kilimani area, Nairobi,  on  December 24 2016.

Kenya Human Rights Commission has condemned the abductions and alleged involvement of Kenyan authorities.

According to their  lawyer ‘they are being detained in Nairobi Area Police headquarters and are subject  to a a deportation order.

Security agent

The judge  further ordered the  director  Immigration not to deport the two subjects until they are produced in court.

 Justice Kimaru, on the  submissions  of the lawyers  Harun Ndubi and Eddy Orinda  who are representing the families of the  subjects said that  Kamwende should also investigate  a person by the name  John Top Ram who has been calling the family members.

 The lawyers  told the court that Mr Ram could be knowing the where abouts of the  two  as he had called asking for an affidavit.

They said that Ram “could be  working for the government  of Southern Sudan as  security agent.”

 The  court heard, that Dong and Idris are presumed to be critics of the  Sudanese People Liberation, Movement (SPLM), saying  that any interference by  foreign security agent will be tantamount to  violation of the Kenyan  sovereignty as perceived government involvement eroded the spirit of  the constitution.