Kenyans online send a message with hashtag #YouCantKillUsAll
The brutal killing of IEBC ICT Manager Chris Msando has reawakened the debate on murders of innocent Kenyans.
Online users on Tuesday started a trending hastag #YouCantKillUsAll to protest the killing of Mr Msando while other unresolved murders Jacob Juma, lawyer Willy Kimani and MP George Muchai among others.
The hashtag had Kenyans decrying lack of closure on many murders in the country.
Some users used the hashtag to send a message to the people behind the murders stating that they will not silence every Kenyan.
— Kenya West© (@KinyanBoy) August 1, 2017
— Global Citizen (@ItsMutai) August 1, 2017
One day, Kenya will be freed from the shackles of tyrants, assassins and repressive systems. #YouCantKillUsAll
— Eric (@amerix) August 1, 2017
#YouCantKillUsAll Matiangi has been very vocal to remain silent with Musando's death.Is he not in charge of security again?
— Churchill Kenya (@churchilljm) August 1, 2017
— The Makueni Hawker (@henrykimau) August 1, 2017
— Patrick Karzola (@PatrickKarzola) August 1, 2017
— Abu Shaahid (@AbuShaahid) August 1, 2017
Any governments duty is to primarily provide for the safety of its citizens. My government has failed me #youcantkillusall
— rabin nyagaka (@nerabin) August 1, 2017
— Eric Ndach (@eric_ndach) August 1, 2017
— Muema Wambua (@MrWambua) August 1, 2017
— Boniface Mutua (@Bonniemut) August 1, 2017
Political assassination should be treated as neutral. Blame games won't work and won't lead to Justice. #YouCantKillUsAll
— Kijana Wa Facts™ ?? (@KijanaWaFacts) August 1, 2017
If you are Kenyan professional,honest and patriotic and want the best for your country, you surely become an enemy. TRUTH!#YouCantKillUsAll
— Osama Oreto (@Ebosso_Victor) August 1, 2017
#YouCantKillUsAll It is with great regret that Iam a Kenyan. Likes of Juma went same way, people are slaughtered just for power.
— Jose Felix (@Felixmourinho3) August 1, 2017
— Ashifutswa Mutsoli (@ashifutswa) August 1, 2017