The former Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission of Kenya Roselyn Akombe now has decided to testify and give the names of the people who were involved in the death of Chris Musando.
Talking of the 3rd anniversary of the death of Musando, Akombe asked if the case can be reviewed and she testify on the perpetrators.
"Now that we are on our @NelsonHavi @lawsocietykenya appreciation day, may I indulge you with a request? On this anniversary of my colleague Msando’s murder, could you take this case up in the public’s interest? As I have said in the past, I am ready to testify," Kombe tweeted.
Chris Musando was in charge of Kenya's computerised voting system. He had sworn that there would be no ghosts voters during the 2017 elections.
However, before elections the dead body of Musando was found. The government pathologist said he was tortured before being killed. His body had alot of Cuts on the back. And indication that he must have died a painful death.
Since no one was ever charged of the death of Musando perhaps due to lack of evidence, Roselyn Akombe now wants justice for Musando and wants to reveal the murderers.
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