The former Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Commissioner Roselyn Akombe has celebrated the commission's slain ICT Manager Chris Msando as Kenya marks its Mashujaa Day celebrations.
In her tweet celebrating Msando as a Shujaa of Electoral Justice, Akombe noted that may the spirit of Msando continue haunting those who planned, executed and all those that benefited from his murder.
"Celebrating the Shujaa of #ElectoralJustice today, and always. Continue resting in peace #ChrisMsando. Continue pricking the conscience of those who murdered you; those who abetted the brutality; and the beneficiaries of your murder," said Roselyn Akombe.
Akombe has always maintained that Msando was murdered in 2017 by those who stole the elections.
Having been firm on his work, Msando had to be taken out to make sure the election theft went as planned.
Despite celebrating Msando, Mashujaa Day is marked in Kenya to celebrate those who fought for the freedom of the country.
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