Uhuru's Order After IEBC Manager's Murder
President issues stern order
Speaking in Bungoma where he is conducting his campaigns, Mr Kenyatta sharply condemned the murder of Msando.
The Head of Stated highlighted that the killing was a sinister move to derail the August 8 General Election.
President Kenyatta affirmed that the elections would not be delayed.
He called on the police to enhance the security of the IEBC staff members, Presidential candidates and their running mates.
The President also condoled with the family of the late Msando and that of the lady - Caro Ngumbu - killed alongside him.
"We are all deeply shocked and saddened by the murder of Chris Msando and Caro Ngumbu," Kenyatta said in a statement.
He further urged Kenyans against speculating noting: "Careless speculation in this time of grief only makes the work of investigators harder, and it only adds to the pain of those who loved him".
"Let us respect his life, his achievements, and his memory by allowing these investigations to proceed calmly.
Mr Kenyatta eulogised Msando as 'a man who gave himself to the service of his country, and its institutions'.
The President also called on Kenyans to maintain peace and remain united.
"...we must remain united. This is not the time to allow a tragedy such as this to divide us, to turn brother against brother. In the face of death, we stand strong together: so that we can mourn a patriot; so that we can comfort his family and those he loved," President Kenyatta added.
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