Family Of Missing IEBC Officer Now Wants Gov’t to Fast Track Search Mission

The family of missing Embakasi East Returning Officer Daniel Mbolu Musyoka is calling for the relevant security teams to fast track the search mission of their kin who went missing on 11th August.

Mbolu disappeared moments before announcing the results for the Member of National Assembly and MCA in the Embakasi East race at the East Africa School of Aviation Constituency Tallying Centre.

Three days since his disappearance, his wife Tabitha Mbolu says the family is in agony as their search efforts has been extended to morgues, hospitals and other facilities.

Tabitha who spoke at their home in Nyonjoro Bahati Consitutency, Nakuru County, said her last call to her husband was on August 10th where Mbolu informed him of the activities that kept him busy.

On the fateful day, she attempted to call her husband but in vain. Hours later a relative informed her that her husband had gone missing.

The family claims that at 9 :40 Am, 53-year-old Mbolu Musyoka who was about to declare the winners in the Member of National Assembly and Member of County Assembly races in Embakasi East excused himself from his bodyguard to pick a call only for him to go missing thereafter.

Tabitha says her husband has been working with the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission for 13 years and had previously served in Loitoktok IEBC offices and was transferred to Embakasi East before the 2022 General elections.

The family said police reported that his mobile phone went off an hour after his disappearance in Mihangu, Utawala Area.

For now they remain hopeful that Daniel Mbolu will be found safe and sound. 

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