Former IEBC commissioner Roselyn Akombe has sent her condolence message over the murder of Human Rights defender and lawyer Thulani Maseko.The human rights lawyer was shot dead in his home Luyengo,Swaziland, on Saturday evening.
Thulani Maseko was the chairperson of the Multistakeholder Forum(MSF) before his brutal murder.
Roselyn Akombe shared her condolence to the slain lawyer on her official twitter handle.She said it was so unfortunate that he lost his life in such a manner.Akombe eulogised Maseko as a rare gem that stood up for human rights and inclusive governance.She has also condoled the family and friends of the late lawyer.
"Sad to learn of the murder of Comrade Chair, Thulani Maseko. A rare gem that stood up for human rights and inclusive governance. Sending my deep condolences to his family, friends and comrades.May those who ordered, planned and executed this brutal murder find no peace," she eulogised the death on her twitter handle.
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