New details surrounding the disappearance and death of Embakasi East Returning Officer Daniel Musyoka has emerged. This is after a CCTV footage shows where he was last before he went missing. Musyoka was seen on CCTV leaving Tasia, Embakasi on Thursday.
The CCTV footage shows that Daniel Musyoka was last seen at Church Road before he went missing. At around 10.30am on Thursday, the CCTV footage shows Daniel Musyoka speaking with a Boda Boda operator who was carrying a passenger.
Moments after the Boba Boda operator left, Musyoka is seen talking on a mobile phone. The footage further shows that Musyoka stood at Church Road for about one minute before he left.
Officers conducting investigations are now seeking to identify the Boda Boda operator seen on the CCTV footage speaking with Musyoka before he disappeared.
Investigators are also seeking to know how Musyoka arrived at Church Road from the East African School of Aviation tallying centre where he was working. The tallying centre is about 1.2 kilometre from Church Road where Musyoka was spotted the last time.
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