MP Moses Kuria said he was tired of people connecting him to the murder of IEBC ICT manager Chris Msando.
Kuria said he will address the media on the afternoon of Monday, January 20, on what happened to the IEBC official.
Msando was murdered during the 2017 electioneering period when his lifeless body was found in a thicket.
The IT guru was the key to electronic vote transmission in the 2017 General Election Controversial Gatundu South legislator Moses Kuria has threatened to let the cat out of the bag on how Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) ICT manager Chris Msando was killed.
The lawmaker said he was tired of people linking him to the murder and he will, therefore, give pertinent information on Msando’s death which occurred, during the 2017 electioneering period.
In a viral Facebook post, Kuria indicated he will spill the beans through a media briefing on the afternoon of Monday, January 20. “I am sick and tired of people connecting me to the murder of Chris Msando. I will address the media on Monday 20th January 2020 at 3pm about this whole issue,” the lawmaker said.
Chris Msando went missing on July 28 and his lifeless body discovered on July 29.
Kenyans went wild on social media saying he should be implicated should he fail to name the assassins of the IEBC official. Others have questioned why he hid the information for over two years. Msando was found dead on July 29, 2017, after missing for a day.
The slain IT guru’s autopsy report revealed he died a painful death and was strangled to death by the assailants.
He was found murdered in a thicket in Kiambu, alongside a 21-year-old medical student whom it is believed he was with when he met his killers. He was the key to electronic vote transmission in the 2017 General Election.