Kirinyaga IEBC official Geoffrey Gitobu collapsed and died

Authorities of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) in Kirinyaga have been tossed into grieving following the puzzling demise of their associate, Mr Geoffrey Gitobu.

Mr Gitobu, the Gichugu Constituency returning official, fell on Monday and kicked the bucket.

Laikipia East police manager John Tarus let the Nation know that Mr Gitobu’s passing was accounted for by his sibling on Monday evening.

“A sibling of the departed made a report at the police headquarters on Monday evening. The report showed that Mr Gitobu was driving inside Nanyuki town when he felt discombobulated and was raced to a confidential medical clinic where he was articulated irredeemable,” said Mr Tarus.

The police supervisor said the report made by Mr Gitobu’s sibling was brief and didn’t show assuming he had any fundamental ailment before his demise.

A file image of Mr. Gitobu
A file image of Mr. Gitobu

Didn’t visit IEBC workplaces
An IEBC official working in Laikipia said Mr Gitobu didn’t visit the appointive organization’s workplaces on Monday.

“He was driving around when he felt unwell and looked for help from a confidential facility. Once at the facility, an emergency vehicle was called and he was hurried to Cottage Hospital where he kicked the bucket before he could be taken care of,” said the IEBC official who declined to be named since he isn’t approved to address the media.

Mr Gitobu is said to have been a noticeable money manager in Nanyuki town, claiming a few business structures.

His partners said they learnt of Mr Gitobu’s death with extraordinary shock.

They said they were on the way to terms with the unexpected demise of a man they portrayed as unassuming and diligent.

Kirinyaga IEBC Elections Manager Jane Gitonga affirmed that the official had died.

“It is with significant trouble that I declare the abrupt end of our dear partner and companion, Mr Geoffrey Gitobu, senior political decision official in Gichugu Constituency, who fell and passed on today (Monday) at 2pm. Posthumous will be done to lay out the reason for death,” said Ms Gitonga.