The late Chris Msando’s mother’s message to Kenyans ahead of the elections on August 9th

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.

“I want to urge Kenyans to vote for Raila he is the one who will change this country,” she said.

Mother of the late Msando claimed that she is still in pain as a result of her son’s horrible murder prior to the 2017 General Election.

She grieved that since her son’s passing, the government has kept quiet about what happened, leaving her with nothing but the tender memories of her late last-born son Chris Msando.

“Since Chris died I have been in so much pain. Even his children have been really disturbed. We are yet to get justice in court,” she said.

“We have never received any information from the government regarding the death of my son… We have even never been called to court over the issue.” 

This coming Saturday, July 30, the Chris Msando family will assemble at their residence in Lifunga-Kobiero for a memorial service in memory of the departed.

One of the unsolved high-profile cases in Kenya is the murder of Chris Msando.

Msando was in charge of managing the Kenya Integrated Electoral Management System’s public testing (KIEMS). He had faith that the electoral voting process would prevent vote-rigging during elections.

On July 28, 2017, Msando was discovered dead, four days after going missing during the lead-up to the most recent General Election.

His body was discovered with another young woman’s body at Muguga Forest in Kikuyu, Kiambu County.

Exactly five years after Chris Msando was cruelly murdered, former IEBC commissioner Roselyn Akombe also paid tribute to the late ICT Manager at the electoral commission.

Through her Twitter account on Thursday, Akombe expressed her continued optimism that Msando’s killers will eventually be brought to justice.

The file has been with the investigation team for five years, but the mystery murder’s solutions have not been found.

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Written by Esther Oyugi

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