A family in Nairobi is searching for answers to their problems.
Mildred Odira, who works as a switchboard operator at the Nation Media Group, seconded by Foresight company, was at Kariobagi South, where she lives.
The guards had called for a taxi to go to Ruaraka Uhai Neema Hospital after she fell ill that night.
Speaking to Nairobi News , her sister Maureen Anyango said the family has visited several hospitals in the city looking for the mother of one, a nine-year-old sound.
"My sister was diagnosed with diabetes, hypertension and ulcers, and I was with her on her," Anyango said tearily.
She added that they had last spoke on Monday afternoon.
According to her coworkers, Ms Odira was last seen at the office at the National Center on Thursday.
But since her blood pressure was too high, she was told to go back to hospital on Monday for more tests.
Her sister says that they found out that she was going to Kariobangi South on Tuesday morning, leaving her wondering why he was not in school.
"We saw her coming back to school, we had not gone to school," he told us, "that we have been inquiring about her whereabouts," she added.
Ms Anyango, who is her elder sister, adds that she is trying to reach her goal.
"We have been told that they have been called to the hospital," she said.
The taxi operator, she says, has told the family that he is right and left at the Ruaraka Uhai Neema Hospital, after 20 minutes.
Purpose selon the hospital records qui Nairobi News Has Seen, the driver ENTERED the hospital gates at 4:30 am and left at 5:57 am, 1 hour 27 minutes qui contradicted the duration HAD Given To her family.
At the Ruaraka Uhai Hospital Neema, administrators told Nairobi News that they could not have any information as to what they were doing in the past.
Family members told Nairobi News that they have been hospitalized.
The incident was reported at Kasarani Police Station who are helping with investigations.