Roselyn Akombe Sends Bold Message to Moses Kuria Over Msando’s Murder

Former IEBC commissioner Roselyn Akombe on Monday evening sent a stern message to Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria after the former ignited the murder case of the murdered IEBC ICT manager Chris Msando.

Taking to Twitter hours after the MP, failed to issue a detailed statement on the murder of Msando, Akombe told Kuria that his take on the matter did not meet any satisfaction.

Former IEBC commissioner Roselyn Akombe.

“To Moses Kuria and your buddies: “No, no, we are not satisfied, and we will not be satisfied until justice rolls down like waters and righteousness like a mighty stream.”- Martin Luther King Jnr,” tweeted Akombe.

The remarks by Akombe came in the wake of rabid criticism labelled towards the Gatundu MP who was accused of being insensitive with Msando’s death.

Kuria who had ostensibly suggested that he will spill the beans on what transpired during the murder of the former IEBC ICT Manager fell short of people’s expectation with his address.

Majority of Kenyans in all appearances expected the MP to reveal those who were behind the gruesome murder of Msando.

Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior slammed  Kuria saying he was out of order to ignite Msando’s murder yet he didn’t say anything substantial to aid with the investigation the very moment the body was discovered.

“It is out of order, insensitive and careless for Hon Kuria to continue talking about Msando’s death in such a perfunctory manner. If he has any information as he purports to, he will ultimately tell us why he didn’t disclose earlier,” tweeted the Senator,

In his address, Kuria warned the public from linking him to the ICT manager’s murder saying he was not involved in any way with the death of Msando.

Former IEBC ICT Manager Chris Msando.

Msando was found murdered 8 days to the 2017 General Election with the then NASA coalition blaming the state for his execution.

Msando’s body and that of a woman who was in his company were discovered in a thicket at Kikuyu in Kiambu county.

He was one of the few people with knowledge on the location of IEBC servers. Msando had reported to Central Police Station about death threats issued at him.


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