Details Emerge About Abducted JKUAT Graduate Victor Kibet, Owner of 4 Luxurious Cars

The disappearance of Victor Kibet, a recent graduate from JKUAT, has stirred rumors suggesting his involvement in an international cybercrime ring focused on online bank fraud.

At the youthful age of 23, Victor Kibet seemed to epitomize the dreams of success held by many of his peers in Kenya. Graduating with a Bachelor of Commerce degree from JKUAT, Kibet notably lacked any apparent legitimate source of income. Yet, he conspicuously displayed a collection of high-end vehicles, including a 2023 Mercedes GLC 250 4 Matic valued at over Sh. 8.3 million, alongside an Audi Q7, a Subaru Forester, and a Toyota Mark X.

Despite his claims of involvement in forex trading, suspicions arose linking Kibet to an international network engaged in fraudulent activities online, specifically targeting the bank accounts of unsuspecting individuals.

While Kibet’s father vehemently denies any involvement of his son in criminal activities, he admits to being unaware of the source of Kibet’s lavish lifestyle. According to his father’s account to Nation Africa, Kibet had mentioned involvement in a business venture with friends but remained elusive about its nature.

The father-son relationship was one of mutual financial support, with plans underway to construct a luxurious mansion in their rural home. However, Victor’s sudden disappearance has left his father in distress, traveling from Narok to Nairobi in search of answers.

Prior to his abduction on March 18 in Juja by armed individuals claiming to be police officers, Victor Kibet had attracted attention from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI). However, as of now, there is no record of his booking at any police station, leaving his fate uncertain.