Photo courtesy of Former Embakasi East Returning Officer, the Late David Musyoka Mbolu.
A cloud of tension culminated the vast Kenya's cordial atmosphere after the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission returning officer based in Embakasi East Daniel Musyoka was found murdered in Kilombero forest at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Kajiado.
With these news still culminating the atmosphere, details have now emerged on the mystery that was spotted on his body after being discovered by herders.
Firstly; Musyoka's body was found naked and secondly; it had visible signs of struggle and torture. His clothes were found disposed off at the a edge of valley.
Loitoktok police Commander Kipruto Ruto while speaking during a media presser today divulged that the scars spotted on the body of the returning officer was a key expression of the unmerited torture he underwent before he met his unfortunate death.
He articulated that the returning officer possibly went through a painful death.
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