Iwacu reporter could have been subjected to threats from an authority that he will jail him as he told his colleagues before he was reported missing on Saturday the 19th November, 2022.
New elements erupted on Monday morning including a video of Misago through which he reported that he is safe but does not how he landed in an unspecified milieu.
What has happened? Iwacu press group reported that In the morning of the 19th November Jérémie Misago did not give any sign of life up to late on Sunday.
His colleagues extended searches to prisons, asked here and there, and went to morgues but in vain.
Why it matters? Recent post rambled social media platform reporting that he might have been threatened to being prisoned by an authority.
He told one of his colleagues that there is someone who menaced him.
Driving the news, Early morning on Monday, a video surfaced sent to his relatives where he said that he is in the country but did not provide more details.
In the same video, according to observers he seemed unstable and insecure.
He added that On Saturday he had a trip to his hometown but he does not know what happened he found himself out Bujumbura. He added that if he planned it, he might have told his friends that the trip was cancelled.
He stressed in the video that he is well and safe that no one has kidnapped him.
Iwacu press group said that it is collaboratively working with police authorities to trace him.
Antoine Kaburahe acknowledges the police implications, “The police are very involved and we cooperate closely”, reads on his tweeter account.
According to the police they have started investigations.
The national entity in charge of human rights also have noted the case according Iwacu press group communiqué.
What is next? Journalists, friends and family members remain crossed fingers as they look forward to seeing Jérémie Misago again.
Again, Burundian journalists are alerted to never consider mere any threats as their life lies in the balance