Moses Kuria's rude response to Kenyans over Msando’s murder
Kuria responds to Kenyans who blasted him over the late Msando.
Kuria has said he owes nobody an explanation over his controversial Facebook post on Msando.
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After reports circulated that Msando had gone missing, Kuria went to Facebook and posted an update that suggested that the IEBC senior official, had been with a female companion in Nairobi's Roysambu estate.
Kuria posted a picture of himself pointing at a vehicle – a grey Land Rover Discovery – believed to be that of Mr Msando, which was found parked in Roysambu, Nairobi.
The post caused an online storm with angry Kenyans taking offence and demanding that the legislator be investigated over Msando's disappearance.
According to The Standard, the controversial MP said social media users were not police officers and he would not bow to their pressure to explain circumstances under which he was tipped off about a vehicle found parked in Nairobi's Roysambu Estate.
"I owe nobody any explanations. The media and social media are not part of the police and I refuse to be dragged into this political circus. It will be an exercise in futility... what will happen after explaining myself to you?" Kuria posed.
Msando's body was discovered in Maguga Forest, Kikuyu in Kiambu County alongside that of a woman - Carol Ngumbu.
Mortuary records show that the two bodies were brought in last Saturday morning.
Police have already arrested three suspects in connection with the killings.
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