Japhet Dibo, who temporarily worked with the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission (IEBC) in the just-concluded General Election reportedly, went missing on Thursday, August 18.
According to a police report filed at Kilimani Police Station, Dibo, was at his KISM office located along Ngong road before he went missing.
Reports reveal that Dibo had escorted an unknown visitor who had visited his company but never returned.
“It was reported by one Flora Aluoch that on Thursday, August 18, her husband one Japhet Dibo who owns Dial Africa, an information technology company located along Ngong road KISM building went missing,
“The said man was working with the IEBC temporarily during the just concluded General Election as an IT consultant,” the police report read.
The IT expert’s disappearance comes after one of the IEBC returning officer at Embakasi East Constituency disappeared and was found dead at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Oloitoktok Kajiado County.
Musyoka’s body was found by herders on the bed of a dry seasonal river in Kilombero Forest at the foot of Mt. Kilimanjaro Kajiado County.
The body lay necked with nothing but a Maasai shuka and a track suid laid in distance. The body had fresh bruises on the neck to suggest strangulation and the lower limbs were swollen.
He was taken to Loitokitok Sub County Mortuary and an autopsy has just been concluded. The results show that he was strangled to death.
Speaking on the same Loitokitok Police Commander Shadrack Kiprop Ruto had the following to say. “We suspect the deceased was being held by his tormentors for a few days after his disappearance, only to kill him later. If the body had been dumped the day he went missing, it would have begun decomposing or it would have been devoured by wild animals.”