Former Police FC striker Benson Rahim Ociti has been off the public scene for close to 2018 according to Family members who are worried that their son could have been kidnapped for even slayed.
Now 28 years old according to Market Transfer, Ociti’s family last heard from him in 2019 when he was featuring for Rwandan side Kiyovu who he joined in 2019 on a two-year deal.
Although a quick search on market transfer indicates that Ociti joined Kiyovu on July 1st, 2017 until June 1st, 2018 and has not played for any club since.
“He has been missing for some years and we need help to track him,” Rogers Musinguzi, Ociti’s brother-in-law told Football256 before adding.
“It was in 2019 when we last heard from him when he was talking about Rwanda, that was when we last heard from him, and we believe that is when he disappeared.”
Musinguzi says that for three years now the father and the entire family have been worried sick about the silence of their son.
“His father has pressure and his (Ociti) disappearance has affected him, and you know these things of old age, what can make you contented is the voice of your son,” Musinguzi noted.
“And with these killings going on, the whole family is worried that maybe the son passed a long time ago, the situation is really disturbing.”
Ociti last made headlines on January 04, 2020 when his move to Canadian side Edmonton, Alberta was blocked by Kiyovu FC.
“My employment contract is clear and reads in bold that it was two years from 2017 to 2019. I have a copy, my agents have a copy and the club has a copy too,” Kawowo Sports quoted Ociti then.
A one Irene who introduced herself to this reporter as Ociti’s sister believes that her brother could have found his way to Canada.
Ociti also featured for URA and Soana (now Tooro United) on the domestic scenes, he also had a stint with Chemelil Sugar in Kenya.