Wife of Mohamed Salim alias Tenge speaks with Haki Africa rapid response officer Mathias Shipeta at their house in Majengo Mombasa.

Police last evening raided and ransacked the house of a Mombasa politician Salim Mohamed popularly known as ‘Tenge’ who has gone missing.

The whereabouts of the politician who twice unsuccessfully contested for the Mvita parliamentary seat on a Jubilee ticket remains a mystery.

His wife Hafsa Swaleh on Tuesday narrated to journalists how six police officers went in search of her husband left the house in shambles.

She said it’s only after the police raid at about 7 pm that it dawned on the family that he was missing and that could not be reached on the phone.

“They came persistently knocking down on the door and wanted to know if my husband was in the house,” she said.

She said after she let in the officers they started ransacking the house saying they were looking for Mohamed without giving her any reasons.

“Without divulging details they said they wanted to interrogate him,” the terrified woman said amid sobs.

She said her form one son was shaken by the incident fled during the raid and his whereabouts are not known. The wife said police took his mobile phone numbers and unsuccessfully tried to reach him on the phone but all were switched off.

His daughter Suheima Mohamed said the incident left them shaken. Mohamed’s in-law Said Omar said police mistook him for the politician but left him off the hook after explanations.