What Kenyans want to Know after the Murder of ICT Manager

The murder of ICT Manager Chris Msando has triggered many questions among Kenyans...

Despite assurances by the police that investigations had commenced into the murder, Kenyans at large have more questions than answers.

Of particular interest to the public has been Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria, who even before it was confirmed that Msando was dead, claimed that he was with a woman.

The legislator took to Facebook, uploaded Msando’s car which was missing stating that it was in Roysambu and he was having a good time with a woman.

Hours after the post, Police confirmed that the ICT manager was dead prompting the legislator to immediately pull down the post.

A section of the public took issue with Kuria, questioning whether he knew more than what he was telling Kenyans.

Others went ahead to question what he was doing there at the particular time he found the car.

The unanswered question that everyone in the country would like to know is, why was the deceased killed a few days to the Election, was a politician involved and did the Government know anything?

IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati, joined the public in questioning the motive of the killing.

“In our mind as the commission, the only issue is who killed him and why. That is the question that must be answered,” a stern-faced Chebukati told the press.

With less than 6 days remaining to the elections, Kenyans are still asking whether the elections will be free considering the assassins could be possessing the passwords to access the systems.

NASA brigade termed the murder as brutal stating, “to drive a dagger into the heart of the forthcoming election, and indeed a dagger into the heart of Kenyan democracy.”

At the same time, the Opposition has requested the Electoral body to hire a foreign expert to conduct next week’s election.

“We suggest IEBC to immediately secure services of international experts to secure the system and whoever takes Msando’s job should perform with integrity.”

Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) also demanded to know when the ruthless executions were going to end citing examples of businessman Jacob Juma and the late Kikuyu MP George Muchai.

What Kenyans are now demanding is that culprits are brought to book and tell the public the truth of what really happened.


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