A lot has been said after announcement of DP As the new presidential successor. Juliana Cherera is now trending for rejecting IEBC results and many people are very curious about her. Here are some of the things you need to know about her education, work, birthplace among others;
1. Early Years, Age, and Birthplace
Juliana Cherera's birthplace, early years, and family are all mostly unknown. Some sources however reveal the she was born in the central region of Kenya.
2. Education and Experience
The well-educated Juliana Cherera is a certified Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) instructor. Her first career was this one. Cherera went on to Kenyatta University to further her education, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Education with a focus on Geography and Kiswahili.
Cherera afterwards enrolled at Kenya Methodist University (KEMU), where she graduated with a master's degree in educational leadership and management.
4 . Career
Juliana has more than 18 years of management and education experience in the public sector. She also served as the executive director of the government of Mombasa County's strategic delivery unit. She also served as a member of the Kenya Devolution Support Program Committee, secretary of the Mombasa County Economic Recovery and Legacy Strategy, and member of the Emergency Household Relief and Nutritional Support Project Coordination Committee before joining the IEBC.
4. Adopting IEBC
Juliana Cherera was chosen by the commission's members overwhelmingly at a plenary meeting to serve as its new vice chairperson, according to a statement released by IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati on September 14, 2021.
5. Not Accepting Election Results
On August 15, 2022, at a news conference held at the Serena Hotel, four commissioners of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), led by Juliana Cherera, rejected the presidential results that had been announced by the chairman Wafula Chebukati. According to the findings, William Samoei Ruto of the UDA Political party won with 7,152,655 votes. Raila Amolo Odinga, his rival, received 6,942,708 votes.
Vice-Chairperson Juliana Cherera and her team told the media that they aren't included in the results of the final phase of tallying since "opaqueness" in the electoral process was recognized.
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