On the fifth anniversary of Chris Musando’s gruesome murder, his memory now risks being disgraced as none other than Caroline Ngumbu’s own sister Jedidiah has come out to set the record straight and confirm what has always been whispered as an unconfirmed rumour that she was his mistress. The intrigue that Jedidiah Wanjiku stirred up after her long narration of how Musando and Caro began their affair went a notch higher when his bereaved family responded to this claim.
Jedidiah Wanjiku was speaking on a documentary aired by ntv and conducted by the station’s reporter Brian Obuya. She narrated how Musando and her sister met when Caro was still a student at Kenya Medical Training Center, KMTC, Ngara branch. Later after she completed her studies and was posted in Naivasha, Jedidiah asserted that this was when their relationship kicked off in earnest. He had earlier clarified that before this their relationship was entirely platonic.
Jedidiah also confessed that she had shared her reservations about her sister’s relationship with Musando to her sister since he was married, but apparently Caroline never heeded her advice and instead, shrugged it off.
ntv mentioned, just before concluding the documentary, that they reached out to Musando’s family and they responded by saying that they had nothing to say about the matter for the moment.
Immediately news of the death of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Director of ICT Chris Msando broke, focus sharply shifted to a Facebook post by Gatundu South member of parliament Moses Kuria which suggested that the officer, who had been missing since the previous Friday night, had been with a female companion in Nairobi’s Roysambu estate.
Mr Kuria reportedly posted a picture of himself pointing at a vehicle – a grey Land Rover Discovery – believed to be that of Mr Msando, which was found parked in Roysambu, Nairobi.
“So this is Chris Msando’s vehicle right now here at Roysambu.
“The idiot is enjoying sweet time with a woman. And the story was that he is privy to ‘rigging’ and he can’t be found.
“Verily, verily I say unto you Raila. You will not burn this country. Not when I am alive,” read the alleged controversial post.
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