Stechitegist media has gathered that the missing Embakasi East Returning Officer, Daniel Musyoka, was allegedly found dead in in a thicket in Mariko, Oloitoktok, Kajiado.
Musyoka death was announced in the early hours of Tuesday by popular Kenyan blogger, Robert Alai.
The family confirmed that Musyoka was found dead in Amboseli Park, Kajiado county.
Police officers from Loitoktok, Kajiado South sub-county confirmed that they received an alert after a body of a middle-aged man was found in the forest.
DCI detectives pick a body from a scene
The body was positively identified by his sisters; Mary Mwikali and Ann Mboya at the Loitokitok sub-county mortuary.
Loitoktok police boss Kipruto Ruto confirmed that the family had been able to identify Musyoka ending a 5-day search for the missing Embakasi East Returning Officer.
The police believe Musyoka was killed elsewhere and his body thrown in the forest. According to the officers, his body had visible signs of torture and struggle but they are waiting for a postmortem.
Rumors that has been spreading and going viral has it that
“Daniel Musyoka, the missing IEBC Returning Officer has been found dead somewhere in Loitoktok.
“Embakasi East results should be investigated and determinated if the MP elect won clean or through intimidation.”
“It is evident that the victim was killed elsewhere and the body dumped in the valley. The body has scars indicating torture before the death. He possibly died a painful death,” Mr Ruto said.
The body was moved to Loitokitok Sub-County Hospital mortuary awaiting identification after police officers collected fingerprints.
“We are reaching out to families that have lost their loved ones to come for identification as we wait for fingerprints processing,” said the police boss who added that they could not speculate on the identity of the dead man.
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