Wife recounts last conversation with the missing Embakasi East IEBC official
The group of missing Embakasi East Constituency Returning Officer Daniel Mbolu Musyoka has stood up interestingly, making sense of how the report about his vanishing has left them crushed.
In a meeting with the media, Mr Musyoka’s better half, Tabitha, related her last minutes with her significant other, saying, she keep going talked with him on Wednesday around early afternoon, a day prior to he disappeared.
Mr Musyoka,53, vanished minutes prior to reporting the outcomes for the parliamentary and region gathering races at the East Africa School of Aviation counting focus.
“We’re crushed however we firmly trust my significant other will be seen as alive and safe,” Ms Musyoka told the Nation.
“At the point when we talked, he didn’t sound upset, he was upbeat and didn’t say anything negative about anything,” she said.
“The day he vanished, I took a stab at calling him however he didn’t reply. I was subsequently told by his cousin, who lives in Utawala, that he was missing,” she added.
Ms Musyoka, who talked at their home in Nyonjoro in Bahati Constituency, Nakuru County, said the family is in anguish following his vanishing, with search endeavors having been stretched out to morgues, emergency clinics and different offices.
The family believes criminal investigators should speed up their examinations and assist with following him.
“We likewise appeal to general society to give any data that can assist with following him at any close by police headquarters,” she said, adding that Mr Musyoka left their Nakuru home on July 10 for his work station in Nairobi.
“He vowed to return after the races,” his significant other reviewed. Neighbors portray Mr Musyoka as an unassuming, kind and friendly individual.
“He was unable to pass without hello neighbors. We called him Baba Shiro,” Ms Regina Githua said.
Mr Musyoka has worked for the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) for a long time.
He was presented on Loitoktok yet was subsequently moved to Embakasi East in May.
The family says that police revealed that his cell phone signal vanished an hour after he disappeared.
The telephone’s last area was in Mihang’o,in Utawala, around 10am.
When Mr Musyoka vanished, he was going to proclaim the victors in the National Assembly and County Assembly challenges.
The individuals who communicated with him said he pardoned himself to pick a call before he disappeared. His delegate dominated and reported the outcomes.
Analysts from the Special Service Unit (SSU) have joined the examinations.