Mixed Feelings Ahead of Moses Kuria’s Exposé on Msando’s Murder

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria is expected to address the media on Monday, 20th January, over his alleged link to the murder of former Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission ICT boss Chris Msando.

Kuria, who was among the first people to arrive at the scene where Msando’s car was dumped, said that he was tired of people connecting him to the gruesome murder and hopes to bring the whole debate to rest on the Monday afternoon address.

The State reportedly withdrew his security just hours after his post leaving him and his team perturbed. According to a report by Daily Nation, all of the security personnel save for one had been recalled to the Security of Government Business Unit for redeployment.

The much-anticipated address has created hullabaloo online with a section of netizens quick to dismiss his concerns with many pointing fingers at the legislator since he was among the first people who traced Msando’s car.

Kuria was among the first people to arrive at the scene where Msando’s car was dumped

“In civilized criminal jurisdictions, Moses Kuria would be an ARGUIDO (Person of Interest)in the Death of Chris Msando. In Dead of the Night, when only Witches, Wizards & Nightrunners were out, Moses Kuria was standing by the car of Chris Msando, then dead but not yet public [sic],” Lawyer Donald Kipkorir said.

Moses Kuria playing politics with Chris Msando’s murder when his family is healing from that loss, is the lowest of the low. Why didn’t he say something earlier? Our leaders need to go on a retreat and discuss how to be better for Kenyans,” a Twitter user, Kadeiza said.

Msando’s body was found in a thicket in Kikuyu, alongside that of a woman, 21-year-old Carol Ngumbu, a month before the August 8, 2017, General Election.

He was in charge of the country’s electronic digital voting counting system for the presidential election that pitted Jubilee’s Uhuru Kenyatta against Nasa’s Raila Odinga.

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