Businessman Jacob Juma’s car outside Karen police station. Juma was shot dead on May 5 / ENOS TECHE

Cord leader Raila Odinga has said Jubilee used the Flying Squad to kill businessman Jacob Juma.
Speaking after he led his supporters in observing a moment of silence in honour of the city businessman just before the demonstration at the IEBC offices yesterday, Raila blamed Jubilee for the murder.
“Juma was brutally killed and the murder was planned by Jubilee. The police should not tell us they are investigating. Juma knew a lot about the Eurobond, among others, which Jubilee is uncomfortable with. Even if they killed him, we still have a lot of information,” he said. Juma was killed last Thursday around Lenana School as he drove to his Karen home.
It is not the first time the former Prime Minister is making the allegations. On Saturday attending the homecoming party of Kajiado Central MP Elijah Memusi, he said Juma was executed by the special police unit.
Raila said Juma was a vocal critic of the Jubilee government, which may have led to his death. “Juma was very vocal about corruption in government.We suspect it is for this reason that he was killed. The manner in which he was killed is synonymous with extrajudicial killings,” he said.
“Juma has done a lot for this country by exposing corruption.”
Yesterday, detectives investigating Juma’s murder were said to be going through his phones for clues. They want to establish his last conversations and movements before his murder on the Southern Bypass.
Juma’s two phones, golden Rolex watch and Sh6,500 were among the personal effects found in the car after the shooting. Police are under pressure to arrest and prosecute the culprits.
The joint team ‎appointed to probe the murder yesterday made a second visit to the scene of the shooting.
The team comprises officers from the Special Crimes Unit, Flying Squad and Homicide. The investigators spent the better part of yesterday morning in meetings to brainstorm on possible leads.
Investigators also perused old criminal and civil suits touching on the killed businessman to establish possible reasons for his murder.
By last evening, the investigators were yet to come up with a strong line of investigation. Among the issues that the police revisited is a 2012 inquiry touching on the National Cereals and Produce Board, in which a city lawyer and Juma are said to have clashed.
The investigators also revisited the clash between Juma and Nairobi debt collector Brian Yongo.
Ten bullets were fired at his car. By last evening the investigators were still studying Juma’s mobile phone records.