CCTV footage and IEBC commissioners Juliana Cherera, Justus Nyang'aya, and Irene Masit were shown to the tribunal on December 22, 2022. "/>
Irene Masit, a dissident former IEBC commissioner, may have faced further consequences after a shaky CCTV image purportedly showed her visiting an apartment in Nairobi's Kilimani neighborhood.
The film, which the management made public on Thursday, purportedly showed Masit entering the apartment's elevator at 8:39 pm while accompanied by two guys and a security guard on duty at the building.
According to reports, this is the identical apartment that one of Raila's guys was alleged to have rented in the Yaya Kilimani neighborhood for the four commissioners.
Irene Masit's legal team quickly questioned its clarity despite this and claimed that its topics could not be clearly recognized.
Irene Masi and others had been hosted at the hotel before and after the polls, an official from the hotel administration had earlier stated.
Since it was election season and there was a lot of political news at the time, four of the commissioners might be identified by our team, according to one of the apartment's representatives.
The four were said to have reservations at the hotel for about a month, and several Azimio allies, including former Kanu Secretary General Nik Salat and Raphael Tuju, were reportedly observed on the property visiting the four.
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