Worrying news has emerged as suspicious call made to slain Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) officer Daniel Musyoka is being investigated by detectives. Daniel Musyoka who went missing last week before his lifeless body was found dumped in Oloitokitok, Kajiado County, is said to have received a phone call while at the East Africa School of Aviation tallying centre.
Directorate of Criminal Investigations detectives have established that Musyoka excused himself and told his bodyguard, Administration Police Constable Dennis Maina Gichure, who had picked him from his residence, that he was going to make a phone call.
Officials are tracking the mysterious caller as it was after this that Musyoka was last seen alive. Details of phone call record had is with DCI as they continue investigations to hunt the person behind his death. We hope for the best.
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