Directorate of Criminal Investigation, (DCI) from forensic unit in Embakasi have vowed to investigate the matter under which a 53 year old returning officer from Embakasi East lost his life. The sleuths who were accompanied by relatives of slain Embakasi East returning officer arrived at the Loitokitok Sub County morgue on Tuesday 16th August morning and will be seeking to find out the circumstances that led to death of a Returning officer, Musyoka Daniel.
According to the reports given by the directorate of criminal investigations, it has been revealed that a group of forensic experts have moved to Loitoktok where an IEBC Official Who is reported to have gone missing under unclear circumstances was found dead. Photo :Courtesy In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the deceased who has been identified as Daniel Musyoka was working for the IEBC before he allegedly went missing under unclear circumstances forcing the DCIs to launch a search.
Speaking from the Mabanga KMTC in Bungoma's Kabuchai constituency which was the county tallying center after being declared by the IEBC as the winner of the Bungoma Governor race, the former Senate Speaker Kenneth Lusaka ordered the county staff in the finance department to stop any withdrawal of county funds until his administration has taken over.
Wafula Chebukati, chairman of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), has requested time to verify the results from the agents of the presidential contenders. He said it takes too long and that agents can't keep going at the same pace as with forensic audits. In addition, Chebukati claimed that the forms were comparable to those their agents received and checked at the constituencies. "The forms are comparable to those distributed at polling places and verified by agents at constituency tallying
A few minutes ago at the Bomas of Kenya in Nairobi county, the Independent and Electro Boundaries Commission boss, Chebukati has addressed Kenyans live, on the slow progress of the tallying of presidential results. He has asked the various media personnel from the various media houses in the country to refrain from asking, interviewing and interrogating the agents carrying out the exercise.
While addressing the media from the Bungoma police station, an hour after the Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa surrendering to the police, the Bungoma police commander Francis Kooli denied being manipulated by his superiors on how to handle the embattled legislator. The police boss who had been asked by a journalist on whether he had been directed by the DCI or anyone in a higher office on how to handle the legislator reiterated that, there is a legal and judicial system in Bungoma like any other part of this country and the same will be utilized in this case.
Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) chairman Wafula Chebukati has announced addition of clearance desks to 7 at Bomas; tallying officers to take max 15mins per constituency Returning Officers. Chebukati explained that the verification team was going on for long and that the changes,are to ensure that the verification process is done faster.
Chebukati Reveals Incidents of Disruption at Bomas as He Tells Parties Agents to Restrain Themselves
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission chairman Wafula Chebukati has said that political parties agents are taking too long to very the results forms being received at the national tallying centre in Bomas of Kenya. Wafula Chebukati stated that the parties agents are scrutinizing the results forms as if they are conducting a forensic audit.
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Kenyan Mkombero. It allegedly enhances men's bedroom prowess A popular traditional medicine has been banned after lab tests revealed that the manufacturer has been mixing it with Sildenafil tablets, popularly known as viagra. The government of Tanzania has banned Hensha commonly known as ‘mkongo’, after scientists revealed that it contained components of Sildenafil.
The counting of votes in most parts of the country was finished just a few remaining and the Presidential results which is underway at Bomas in Nairobi where the verification of forms 34A is still going on. Although many defeated politicians in some other elective seats like Governors, senators , woman rep, Mps and MCA's have gone a step ahead alleging those who emerged winners in the election did not win on a fair ground level.
IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati has ordered all agents who are verifying presidential results specifically those forms that are being presented to them by returning officers to hasten up. According to him, they have been carrying out the process at a slower pace. In his statement, Chebukati has told agents that they have not been asked to do a forensic audit on the forms from returning officers because their role is to check if they match with they results they had already submitted.
Earlier on Kimilili member of parliament and the Mp elect Didmus Barasa surrendered to the police after the DCI named him as a wanted man. Barasa was to be arrested after a worrying shooting that occurred on elections day. It has emerged that a young man was shot dead in cold blood allegedly by the parliamentarian.
Only a few votes remained to be counted across the majority of the country before the presidential results were announced at Bomas in Nairobi, where forms 34A were still being verified. Although many defeated candidates in various elective positions, such as governorships, senate seats, woman representatives, mps and MCAs, have gone a step further and claimed that those who won the election did not do so on an even playing field.
A mother was on Thursday, August 4, elated to be reunited with her newborn baby who was stolen hours after birth. The mother of the newborn identified as Dorcas Kivuva had gone to a hotel for a meal in Thika West, Kiambu county, shortly after being discharged from the hospital.
The DCI has been known to brief Kenyans on the ongoing matters in the country regarding security. DCI usually posts their investigation reports on social media for the citizens to have an update on what they have discovered. You will agree with many people that the DCI has one of the best writers on social media because their articles are usually very entertaining.
Workers at a medical facility in Kilimani were robbed of cash and valuables by masked gunmen posing as lab technicians. Several attacks in the area have been linked to political lawlessness, and this one is the most recent in that line of attack.The gang has been linked to a number of incidents in the last week alone, according to police.
You need a lab test to confirm the outcome if your quick test results are positive. The confirmatory test would have already been completed if your positive result originated from a lab test. A person who receives an HIV test result is frequently overcome by worries and inquiries.
An early morning fracas ensued today after 3 armed men managed to stage a successful robbery in Meru town. The early morning incident led to the injury of the petrol station manager after the provoked gunman opened fire and the bullet pierced into his thigh and was rushed to hospital for emergency treatment.
George Njoroge is the brain behind the largest data recovery and computer forensics firms (East Africa Data Handlers) in Africa. Since the company’s nascent inception, he has been serving as the Managing Director. He is considered as one of the best IT gurus in Kenya with over 10 years experience in Computer Science.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations has been at the top of their game in solving crimes across the country where they have been able to nab a lot of culprits who have caused a lot of chaos in the country. Picture courtesy. Image of the DCI Forensics Labs in Kiambu HQ.