A car belonging to the missing IEBC manager, Chris Musando, was on Monday morning traced to Nairobi’s Roysambu estate.
According to Nairobi Police Boss Japheth Kome, the Land Rover Discovery belonging to Musando was found at about 1.00am and has since been towed to Kasarani police station.
Musando, who was recently appointed to act as IEBC’s Data Centre and Infrastructure manager, has been missing since Friday. He was last seen at the IEBC’s Anniversary Towers offices at 10pm on Friday.
His disappearance just a week to the general elections has raised a lot of suspicion and speculations by Kenyans. it is believed that in his capacity, Mr Musando could be holding sensitive information on logs to the Kenya Integrated Electoral Management Systems (Kiems), which will ensure that rigging doesn’t take place in this year’s elections.
IEBC chairperson Wafula Chebukati in a statement said the commission is working closely with police and family members to establish his whereabouts.
“The commission together with family members is working closely with the police to establish whereabouts,” Mr Chebukati said, adding the commission would issue a more comprehensive statement after establishing more facts about the incident.