BBC has now revealed what the late ICT Manager of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, Chris Msando, revealed, which could have angered those who killed him before to his torture and subsequent cruel murder. BBC has revealed that the Late Chris Msando said in an exclusive TV interview that no 'dead' voters will cast ballots in the highly fought general elections of August 2017 that no 'dead' voters will vote.
Jedidah, the elder sister to KMTC student Caroline Ngumbu who was murdered alongside IEBC ICT manager Chris Msando narrated how a phone charger saved her from the jaws of death. Speaking to NTV Kenya, Jedida revealed that on the fateful Friday, she, Chris Msando and her sister Carol were set to meet at around 9PM.
Irungu Houghton who was one of the people who were with the late Msando before he was killed has left Kenyans talking on different social media platforms. This is after he said that he was with Msando during morning times on a breakfast show where Msando was explaining how he was to make sure election results were not hacked.
Msando's Mother Speaks On Election & Son's Death As She Reveals Her Preferred Presidential Candidate
The mother of the Slain IEBC manager Msando has called upon kenyans to make sure they make the right decision while voting in the oncoming General elections. Photo :Courtesy According to the reports given by the woman who has been identified as Mary Aloo, she stated that kenyans should make sure they look into who they are voting for due to the fact that the person who will be put in power will lead them for the next five or ten years and for this reason, she urged kenyans to think twice before casting their votes.
How Jedida Sister to Caroline Ngumbu Escaped Death On the Faithful Night When Musando Was Assassinated
In the country, cases of people being killed have been reported in different places. Some of the victims are government officials like Msando and others are university students. These cases should be condemned especially as the country is approaching general elections. According to the source, new details have just emerged about Jedida who is also the sister to late Caroline Ngumbu.
The sister of the 21-year-old woman who was killed alongside former Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) ICT manager Chris Msando has disclosed their last moments before they disappeared. Caroline's sister Jedida Wanjiku told NTV that on the fateful Friday evening, she was supposed to join her sister and Msando for drinks but her phone died and she couldn't find a charger.
"It Was A Time Like This 5 Years Ago When Your Life Was Cut Short" Kenyans Remember The Late Musando
Kenyans have sent their deep condolences to the family of the late Information Technology electrol commissioner Chris Msando who was assassinated by unknown people in the year 2017 during the general election period. Taking to their social media accounts, Kenyans have shown their deep sorrow for the death of the late innocent Msando.
Murdered alongside former IEBC ICT manager Chris Msando the family of the 21 year old girl, Caroline Wanjiku has finally broken silence on the gruesome murder of their loved one. The family spoke on the fifth anniversary of her death vouging for justice for their family. The 21 year old (at the time) was found murdered in a thicket in Kiambu County on 31 July, 2017, alongside her lover Chris Msando who worked for Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC, as ICT manager.
Today 28th July marks exactly five years since Chris Msando was brutally killed a few days to the 2017 general election.Chris Msando was the IT guru who was tasked to manage the technology that was to be used in handling the 2017 Elections. The family has penned a painful and emotional message eulogy.In the eulogy the family remembered that it was now five years since his life was cut short by being brutally murdered.The family remembered his loving nature,smile,wisdom and generosity that it said which they described as special memories tucked in their souls .
Gatundu South constituency member of Parliament Hon Moses Kuria, has made fesh revelation on how they came to know about the death of forner IT manager at the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Chris Msando. Kuria on his social media pages, claimed that they only came to know about the death of Msando when they were from campaigns fir Uhuru Kenyatta.
Carol Ngumbu's sister, who was discovered dead alongside late Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) official Chris Msando, has spoken out about how she narrowly avoided death. Jedidah Wanjiku, the sister, told NTV on July 31 that she was supposed to meet the duo that fateful night but was unable to because her phone battery died.
Five years have taken off since Chris Msando the ICT Manager of IEBC was assassinated and his body found in the thicket of Kikuyu, Kiambu County. Alongside his body were the remains of Caroline Ngombu who was 21 years by the time she met her death. Her family speaking for the time says p to now they have found no justice for their slain daughter.
Only few hours are left before the fifth anniversary of former IEBC ICT expert Chris Msando's death which occured on 30th July 2017. Remembering her colleague, Akombe penned down to tweets in memory of Chris Msando. "History will record you as a hero of electoral justice.
It is now exactly five years since the IEBC electoral communications Information Technology expert Chris Msando was murderd in cold blood. Msando was abducted on July 28, 2017 before his lifeless body was found in Kikuyu alongside that of a young lady on July 31st just before the 2017 general elections had been conducted.
"How Comes No One Has Ever Asked Her?" Kuria Wants This Politician To Be Questioned Over Msando's De
Moses Kuria has caused people in Kenya to discuss various topics on various social media platforms. This comes after he made the comment that Sabina Chege ought to be questioned over Msando's death, which is something that internet users can't stop talking about it. According to Kuria, Sabina was one of the first individuals to notice Msando's automobile at the moment that he was slain; nevertheless, she has never inquired about the occurrence in all of this time that has passed.
The 85-year-old Mary Aloo, the mother of the late IEBC manager Chris Msando, has urged Kenyans to use good judgment in the next elections by choosing a candidate who will lead the nation forward and defend it from any assault from inside or beyond. Aloo promoted Raila Odinga, a candidate for the Azimio party, in a speech at her residence in Lifunga-Kobiero; Ugenya sub-county, stating he was the best choice for the next elections.
Mary Aloo the mother to the late Independent Electoral And Boundary Commission (IEBC) ICT manager Chris Msando has urged Kenyans to make a good decision in the upcoming August 9th, 2022 elections by electing a leader who will bring change to Kenya. Msando's mother has pledged people to vote for Azimio La Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga.
The 85-year-old Mary Aloo, mother of the late IEBC manager Chris Msando, has advised Kenyans to exercise smart judgment in the approaching elections by choosing a leader who will guide the nation ahead and defend it from any assault from inside or beyond. Speaking at her residence in Lifunga-Kobiero, Ugenya sub-county, Aloo argued that Raila Odinga, a candidate for the Azimio party, was the best choice for the next elections.
'Too Painful' Reactions After Msando's Mother Sent This Message To Kenyans Ahead Of August Elections
Kenyans vividly remember Chris Msando, the IEBC employee who was an ICT expert and was very instrumental to the Commission shortly before the 2017 general elections. Sadly, he was ruthlessly murdered just after he had expressed his confidence that the elections will not be rigged in as long as he will be in charge of ICT matters in IEBC.
Mary Aloo the mother of the late Independent Electoral And Boundary Commission (IEBC), Information Communication and Technology (ICT) manager Chris Msando has urged the citizens of Kenya to vote for Azimio La Umoja One Kenya presidential candidate Raila Amollo Odinga come August 9th, 2022 elections.