He is safe
In a tweet seen by Pulselive.co.ke, Asiligwa stated that he was okay and people should not worry, without giving details of what transpired until he was reported missing.
“I’m ok. Not to worry” sorry for the panic.. I’m Ok,” tweeted Lyle Asiligwa.
The Kenya Rugby Union also affirmed that indeed Asiligwa, was well and thanked all who spread the word about his whereabouts.
“We've found him! Thank you so much for helping us. Lyle is okay. #Asanteni”, tweeted Kenyan Rugby Union.
Earlier on, it had been reported that the player was last seen at Muthure , Gitaru on early Monday morning (19/11/2018) driving a black Toyota Fielder.
The information was confirmed by the Kenya Harliquins Chairman Ralph Nzomo who hinted that investigations had been launched to trace his whereabouts.
“Lyle Asiligwa is missing. Have you seen him or heard from him? Last seen in Muthure, Gitaru area on the early morning of Monday 19/Nov/2018. He was driving a black Toyota Fielder. Please share any information you may have with @KenyaHarlequins or @OfficialKRU.” Read a Tweet.
At Harlequins, Asiligwa plays as a scrum half, fly half and full back. He started playing rugby in High school after he ditched swimming and soccer.
Away from the field, Asiligwa studied Communication and Journalism, specialising in Communication Development.
Asiligwa last played for Kenya Simbas in 2017 under former coach South African Jerome Paarwaters at the Four Nations tournament in Hong Kong.
During that time he picked an injury that kept him out for several months.