Family of missing taxi man offers reward

February 12, 2019
Copies of the flyer that family and friends of Kenneth Duncan have been sharing, in an atttempt to find him.

The frustration level is at its peak for the family members of taxi man Kenneth ‘Twinnie’ Duncan, who said they are desperate to know whether he is dead or alive.

Copies of a flyer are being circulated on social media saying they are willing to pay $200,000 if he is found alive and $100,000 if his body is recovered.

His daughter Pauliesha Duncan said they started giving out the flyers last Friday.

“We had a small protest Friday and we hang them out and give some a the taxi man dem weh wi did see,” she said.

SEEKING ANSWERS

Last Wednesday, the family and taxi men who have known Kenneth for years said they were seeking answers as to the reason for his disappearance.

The Jones Town resident was reported missing on February 1, after his family members realised that he did not return home from work the previous day.

The car he was driving was found last Friday at 3:30 p.m. along the Dallas Castle main road in Papine and was handed over to the owner.

This did not satisfy his relatives, however, as he is still missing.

Pauliesha said she has been nothing but a mess since his disappearance and is not sure who would want to harm her father.

One taxi man said that Kenneth is a very kind man who uses any opportunity to help people around him.

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