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Developing News: Detectives Investigate Deeply For The Suspicious Phone Call Made To Daniel Musyoka

Detectives are looking into a questionable call made to dead Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) employee Daniel Musyoka.

According to reports, the Embakasi East Returning Officer who vanished last week and whose lifeless body was discovered dumped in Oloitokitok, Kajiado County, received a call while at the East Africa School of Aviation tallying center.

Musyoka excused himself and informed his bodyguard, Administration Police Constable Dennis Maina Gichure, who had picked him up from his home, that he was going to make a phone call, according to Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) detectives.

Because Musyoka was last seen alive shortly after this contact, authorities are looking for the unknown caller.

When speaking to Nation, a detective remarked, "As this investigation continues, one area of interest is the phone records. Knowing who placed the call that caused the returning officer to leave his desk and not be seen again until his body was discovered this week will be crucial."

Before it was turned off, his phone's signal was last picked up in the Mihang'o, Utawala area.

His coworkers characterized him as a modest, quiet man who insisted that everything be done correctly and was constantly alert.

Noordin Haji, the director of public prosecutions, stated on Wednesday that his office was closely watching the death probe.

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