- Days after pleading with social media users to help find her dad, Lydia Wambui is happy to have found her dad's family
- In a post shared on Facebook, the 26-year-old said her dad went missing in 2004 and his family has not been able to trace him
- She said that her dad never remarried and praised his siblings saying they were great people
A few days ago, a Kenyan woman identified as Lydia Wambui took to social media to plead with fans to help find her dad, she is back with some good news.
Although she is yet to find the old man, Wambui through a Facebook post said there was some progress in her journey to reunite with her dad.
Posting on Soul & Ol' Skool LIVE DJs Connection Facebook page, the 26-year-old beauty shared an update with her fans saying that she found her dad's siblings.
According to the information she got from the family, her dad identified as Sudi Ngugi Njoroge never remarried after he separated with her mum.
"Hey everyone. I promised to get back to you. Thanks for your support in this journey. I found my dad's family(his brothers and sisters), he never re-married. They are great people," wrote Wambui.
According to the beauty, the family said Sudi went missing in 2004 never to be seen again.
"Unfortunately, my dad disappeared from them since 2004. He is nowhere to be seen, they do not even know whether he is alive or dead. His real name is Sudi Ngugi Njoroge. Lets see if we shall soon find him," added Wambui.
Earlier on, Wambui said she was born in 1994 and sadly, her mom passed away in 2003 and left her with no details about her dad.
According to the 26-year-old woman, her mom lived in several estates in Nairobi before settling at Kahawa West.
Wambui said her dad was a matatu conductor who later became a driver within Umoja route.
" I understand my dad was a conductor (and) later a driver in Umoja. His nickname was Sudi, I do not know his real name. I also understand that his mum later moved to Githurai," wrote the lady.
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