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Daniel Musyoka Murder: IEBC Official Received Phone Call Before He Went Missing

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Daniel Musyoka Murder: IEBC Official Received Phone Call Before He Went Missing

As investigations into the shocking death of Embakasi East Returning Officer Daniel Musyoka continue, it has emerged that the IEBC official received a phone call before he went missing on Thursday, August 11.

A detective privy to the probe intimated that officers were pursuing a mysterious caller who phoned Mr Musyoka while he was on official duty at the East Africa School of Aviation tallying centre in Embakasi East constituency.

“Currently, the phone records are part of the focus as this investigation goes on,” said the detective as quoted by the Nation.

“It will be important to know who is the person who made the call that saw the returning officer leave his work station never to be seen again until his body was found this week.”

Detectives have also reportedly established that a signal from Musyoka’s phone was last detected in Mihang’o, Utawala, Nairobi County, some 12.4 km from the tallying centre.

Meanwhile, UDA party politician Francis Mureithi, who lost to Babu Owino in the Embakasi East MP race, alleged that Musyoka was killed for refusing to engage in electoral malpractice.

The politician also claimed there are witnesses willing to testify but are scared for their lives.

“I demand that thorough investigations be carried out so that Mr. Daniel Musyoka’s family can get justice. I demand that the Witness Protection Program be applied in this case given that there are numerous potential witnesses willing to come forward but are scared,” Mureithi said.

Embakasi East MP-elect Paul Ongili alias Babu Owino on his part condemned the killing and called for a speedy probe.

“I am saddened by the death of former Embakasi East constituency IEBC Returning Officer Mr. Musyoka. I send my condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of the late Mr Musyoka. I urge the relevant authorities to conduct thorough investigations and bring the culprits to book,” Owino said on social media.

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Here’s What’s Trending in Nairobi This Thursday

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This is what’s trending on social media today.

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Why Wa Jesus Family Lent Millions to Political Aspirant

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Why Wa Jesus Family Lent Millions to Political Aspirant

YouTube content creators Kabu and Milly wa Jesus have revealed they lent millions of cash to a close political aspirant for campaigns.

While they did not reveal the identity of the aspirant, the Wa Jesus couple disclosed they gave the aspirant Sh7 million.

They also noted that the aspirant has since won the seat they were vying for.

“The person is a close friend to us and they have started paying back the money. They won the election,” Kabi said.

Milly added that they believed in the friend and their leadership skills and that’s why they entrusted the friend with the amount of money.

The Wa Jesus family added that the friend would still have paid back the money if they had lost.

“They have ever helped us before in so many ways and we believed in them. If they lost the elections, they would have paid our money back,” Kabi said.

The YouTubers also spoke about how the Election had affected some of their plans. Kabi, who is putting up a house for his mother-in-law, said some of their workers stopped going to the site.

“We had also planned to move out from our current house but we had to postpone that,” he said.

“I had a birthday surprise for my wife but I could not hold it and by now, we would also have unveiled our daughter to our fans.”

His message to Kenyans?

“Kenya is bigger than all of us and it is a pity that people are not going back to work due to a process where some leaders are looking for jobs.”

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