Dewji was found dumped at the Gymkhana grounds in Dar es Salaam According to the police, he was in good health . They however noted he had bruises on his hands and feet from being tied up.
It is still not clear how he either escaped or was freed from his captors .Tanzanian Simba FC owner and Africa’s youngest billionaire, Mohammed Dewji, who was kidnapped on Thursday, October 11, outside his hotel gym, has been found.
Dewji is reported to have been found in the early morning hours of Saturday, October 20, dumped at the Gymkhana grounds in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Dar es Salaam’s Special Police Zone Commander SPZC Lazaro Mambosasa who said he found his way home after he was dumped at there, The Citizen reported. He also said the vehicle which was used during his kidnapping was also found abandoned along Ocean road “Mo has been found safe and sound, He says he was dumped at the Gymkhana grounds in the early hours of Saturday, October 20, after he was kidnapped on Thursday, October 11. ),” said the commander
METL Group said the 43-year-old is safe and sound but did not provide details on how he was freed or escaped from his captors. “I thank Allah that I have returned home safely. I thank all my fellow Tanzanians, and everyone around the world for their prayers. I thank the authorities of Tanzania, including the Police Force for working for my safe return —
Mohammed Dewji (3:15am, Dar es Salaam),” the message reads. Tanzania’s Environment Minister January Mkamba said he had spoken to Dewji but noted he had bruises on his hands and feet from being tied up by his kidnappers. Dewji’s family had offered a reward of 1 billion Tanzania shillings (KSh 44 million) for information leading to his release