The government has pledged to offer security to the Independent and Electoral Boundaries Commission staff after the agency’s ICT boss Chris Musando was murdered in cold blood.
Even with the Police caution against speculation, Kenyans on social media have expressed their anger over the mysterious killing of Mr. Musando linking the incident to political agenda.
Moses Kuria, You shall fall.
— Lord Mutai (@ItsMutai) July 31, 2017
Our democracy must not be shaken… Let's pay tribute to Chris Msando by doing the needful on NANE NANE. #RIPMsando
— Miss Muhoho Kenyatta (@misssKenyatta) July 31, 2017
— #Ekuru4President2017 (@EAukot) July 31, 2017
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#RIPMsando Democracy on trial. When shall we get these answers?When will this uncouth thirst for power in Kenya end?
— Hon. Steve Mbogo (@HonSteveMbogo) July 31, 2017
— Edwin Sifuna (@edwinsifuna) July 31, 2017
I didn't know much about Chris Musando before this weekend. He represents many other Kenyans doing risky jobs that keep us safe. #ripmsando
— Sam Gichuru (@SamGichuru) July 31, 2017
On Monday, the body of the murdered director was found at City Mortuary after he was reported missing on Saturday.
First, Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria allegedly posted on facebook claiming that the then missing ICT director was having his fun time with a woman in Roysambu.
The post later elicited an uproar, with some users suggesting that the MP should be questioned by police.
The IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati said the country was a few days to the poll, demanding security from the State.
He vowed, with the corporation of the government and security apparatus they would bring the killers of the ICT director to book.