The former IEBC CEO has dismissed reports spreading online of his death.
This comes after social media blew up with details of his death on Monday, 14 June.
Speaking to a local daily, Chiloba dismissed the reports by a section of Kenyans who are spreading misleading information about him.
He said that he is in good health and wondered why someone would think of spreading claims of his alleged death noting that this is the second time in two years that such misleading information has been shared.
“I’m alive and kicking. I don’t know why someone would wish me death at this moment. This is the second time they are killing me. The first one was in 2019,” he said.
Taking to his Twitter account, Chiloba, who is currently serving as a member of Youth Enterprise Development Fund Board, urged those spreading fake news about him to stop.
“FAKE NEWS is a global disaster and must be fought from all fronts! Thank you for your concern. I am alright and grateful – as always!” he tweeted.