"One day we'll leave this world behind," Late Frank Obegi's last tweets before his death

Frank Obegi's mutilated body was found in Kijabe Forest yesterday

• Frank Obegi had been missing for close to one week with his family not even knowing their kin had deleted his social media accounts.

• Frank Obegi's last tweets which had been deleted how now been unearthed.

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The late Frank Obegi in a file photo
Image: Twitter

Popular blogger and influencer Frank Obegi was among four mutilated bodies discovered in Kijabe Forest on Monday, June 20.

Mpasho has been able to track down some of Frank's last tweets before his unfortunate demise. One that particularly stood out was one that he pinned on May 9th about a month before his death.

The tweet was a reference to one living their life to the fullest especially considering that we will all leave this world behind.

His tweet read, "One day we'll leave this world behind. So live the life you will remember," a notable lyric from the late Swedish singer, Avicii in his song, 'The Nights'

Another significant tweet that the late Frank penned last week read, "Lonely Together."

Check out the tweets below;

Kenyans who read the tweets mourned the late blogger and said as much after reading the tweets. 

One Joseph Mariga said, "That's a song used mostly to encourage guys to spare some time to enjoy life and party. Sadly May he RIP."

"Maybe Twas a song and he danced with the tune," François M@M1 sadly added. 

The late Frank's brother Leyton spoke to Kenyans.co.ke yesterday saying that his Kisii-based family, weren't aware that Frank had been missing since Tuesday last week.

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The late Frank Obegi in a file photo
Image: Twitter

Leyton said that he didn't know that the late Frank who was always online, had gone for days without posting and that Obegi's accounts had been deleted under unclear circumstances.

"He has been missing since Tuesday. That was when he was last seen online and that was when I received the last communication from him. It was upon the learning of his death that I realised that he had been inactive on social media. He was very active on social media, but his accounts have since been deleted," the deceased's brother said.

Lari police launched investigations after 4 bodies were found dumped at Kijabe Forest with the police commander Adamson Furaha confirming that the victims had deep cuts to the neck and had chopped private parts.

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