The ICT director at the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission was found dead and his body dumped at city mortuary.
The director was first reported missing more than 12 hours after attending a TV interview in which he outlined the strict measures that the commission had taken to avert the fears of election rigging.
His vehicle was found parked somewhere along Thika Superhighway. It is said that he was last seen in the company of a female.
Kenya has come a long way, long way to keep experiencing extra judicial killings. Jacob Juma, a city businessman was sprayed with bullets in the city as he headed home from his usual joint.
Kenya heads to an election that has been mired with repeated allegation of rigging from the opposition.