Musyoka's wife painfully narrated the last moment with her husband hours before he was reported missing.
Musyoka who was a returning officer, went missing three days ago under unclear circumstances.
According to his colleagues, Musyoka left before the announcement of the results of the mca and the member of parliament.
According to his wife by the name Tabitha, her husband had called her while still at work something that was not usual and assured her that he would be at home once he is done with his work.
She claims that he never complained of anything or even mentioned any difficulty at work although he told her that there was a lot of work.
Tabitha claims that her last moment with the husband was when he called her. She claims that she tried calling him but his mobile phone had been switched off.
She claims that they have tried looking for him in mortuaries, hospitals and all the places he could have gone to but they have not managed to find him.
The family is now pleading with the government to intervene and help them find him.
It has not been easy for them and now they are hoping to find their loved one safe and alive.
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