US and UK speak out on the brutal murder of IEBC ICT manager CHRIS MUSANDO.

Monday, July 31, 2017- The United States and the United Kingdom are willing to help Kenya in investigating and finding the evil people behind the brutal murder of IEBC ICT manager Chris Musando. 

Robert Godec the US ambassador to Kenya and Nic Hailey, British High Commissioner, said they were seriously concerned with the murder of Musando and said they will help investigators in nabbing the killers.

“It is critical that Kenya have free, fair, credible and peaceful elections on August 8, and protection for IEBC staff is essential to achieving this goal.” 

 “We have offered our assistance in the investigation,” they added. 

Mr, Musando had been missing since Friday. He was last spotted on Mombasa Road at about 2.30 am on Saturday. 

His car was found abandoned in Thika Road Mall on Monday morning and it was towed to Kasarani police station.

The body of Musando was found in Mguga Forest in Kikuyu by locals who called police. 

The Kenyan DAILY POST.

  1. Opposition had earlier said this election is Raila's last bullet ,whatever it would take even deaths for him to ascend to power this time.

  2. When was the body found and by whom? When was the body checked-in at the City Mortuary and who took it there and who booked it-in? What was done there on its arrival and by whom? Was it whole or dismembered? Were there any physical injuries an if any pictures were taken of it, who is the custodian? When the relatives were atvthe morgue did they appear like they were in the know his body had been delivered there or was it a genuine search? Was the police notified there were family members at the morgue seeking to know if there were male bodies deliveries by the police and what time frame? Did these people identify themselves and how they related or what identification procedure was followed? These are just some of the questions any homicide investigator will want to get answers from the morgue. If ge was found by members of the public, have they been identified and recorded statements with the police?

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