Musungu told her family that she had been locked up in a male friend’s house, Athi river, for more than 2 weeks.
The man reportedly cut off her phone call connection and she was only given basic meals.
Police are hunting down the man who is believed to have released her on Friday, June 4, after her disappearance was widely publicized.
The student went missing on Friday, May 21, after she left her parent’s home in Karen to meet up with a friend.
Maureen’s father speaking to kenyagist.com confirmed that she was taken to Nairobi Women’s Hospital on Saturday, June 5.
The thrd year student has since left the hospital and was with her brother when we reached him.
Morgan Ambani Musungu, Maureen’s brother, indicated that she came home on the morning of Friday, June 4.
“We are now at ease that she has come back home”, Ambani affirmed.
Maureen went missing after a planned meeting with her friends. In the evening, the student’s phone went off after she told her mom she was in Utawala.
Three cases of missing persons have been reported over the past three months.
In May, an elderly man came back home after he was reported missing 57 years ago.
In April, the case where four friends disappeared after a lunch meeting in Kotengela, grabbed national attention.
Another missing person in Ongata Rongai, a 28-year-old woman was found dead in a bush on Wednesday, March 17.
Abuse, divorce and sexual predators are some of the reasons people go missing – as declared in the Missing Child Kenya’s annual report.