Sunday, 6 August 2017

One Kenyan And Two Ugandans Confess They Were Hired And Paid By a Senior Kenyan Politician To Eliminate Kenyan's Electoral ICT Boss Chris MSANDO

The prime suspects of the murder of Chris Msando, the man who had been in charge of managing information technology systems at the national electoral commission of Kenya, have been arrested in Uganda. 

A black Toyota Fortuner vehicle with Ugandan number plates which is believed to have been used by the killers of the IEBC ICT manager was nabbed in Amuru District in Northern Uganda.
Vehicle used by Msando's killers

HTL have learned that Ugandan Flying Squad officers intercepted the vehicle with the supposed killers of Msando on board, who were trying to flee, but the vehicle was nabbed at Pabbo Sub-county, Amuru District in northern Uganda, on Friday, July 4, afternoon.

The flying squad officers arrested the three suspects, identified as Mathew Butia, a Kenyan national, Joseph Okongo and Moses Goloba both Ugandans.

When interviewed, the Kenyan suspect Mathew Butia revealed that they were hired and paid by a senior politician to ‘neutralize the idiot’. He however did not reveal the party from which the politician who contracted them belonged, but all fingers are pointing to none other than the present regime.

The suspects are said to have entered Uganda through Malaba border post in Tororo District and were heading to Juba, the capital of South Sudan. 

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