IEBC Manager of ICT Chris Msando, who went missing on Friday, is dead.
His body is lying at the City Mortuary in Nairobi.
• Chris was last seen at his office at Anniversary Towers in Nairobi on Friday, July 28, at 10pm.
• Police preliminary investigations into his missing had revealed that he was at Marshalls House on Harambee Avenue at 2am on Saturday.
• A security camera last captured him in his grey Land Rover Discovery on Mombasa Road on Saturday, at 2.30am.
• His family failed to reach him on phone from 3am on Saturday. They had communicated with him some 30 minutes earlier.
• He sent his last SMS to one of his colleagues at 3am on Saturday.
• Chris went missing for eight hours, from 3am Saturday until Saturday mid-morning.
• Police brought his body to City Mortuary on Saturday, 11.20am. It is not clear what time the officers discovered and collected the remains in a bush in Kikuyu, Kiambu County.
• Police found his vehicle — the grey Land Rover Discovery— on Thika Superhighway, behind Thika Road Mall, on Monday 2.30am. It was taken to Kasarani Police Station.
• Police found Msando’s body and that of an unidentified woman in Kikuyu, Kiambu County. It is not clear what time this happened.
• His family had reported him missing at Embakasi Police Station on Saturday, July 29.
• Chris had received death threats and he had reported the matter to Central Police Station. The threats were linked to his job, police say.
• The body has been moved from City Mortuary to Lee Funeral Home in Nairobi.
• IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati believes Mr Msando was tortured and that his death is murder.