Kenya: Computers Stolen From IEBC Kisumu Office
By Eugene Okumu, 21 February 2013
Police in Kisumu have launched investigations into the theft of two computers that were stolen from the IEBC offices. Workers reported to the offices this morning and discovered that two of the office computers were missing.
Kisumu DCIO Henry Ndombi confirmed the incident saying that the machines were stolen after employees had closed for the day. It is suspected the the burglars colluded with employees since the doors were not damaged.
Police are however treating the incident as one of many robberies that have been occurring in the area since the stolen computers did not contain any sensitive information.
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