The four dissenting IEBC commissioners Juliana Cherera, Irene Masit, Francis Wanderi and Justus Nyang'aya might have just received a huge boost following a bold move that Meru High Court has taken concerning their investigations.
A report covered by the Standard digital now alleges that the court has certified a sudden petition that's purported to stop the tribunal from probing Cherera four.
The same report as well cites the hearing of the petition has been scheduled tomorrow, a move which ideal might reverse president William Ruto's move of forming the tribunal.
" Meru High Court certifies as an urgent petition seeking to stop the tribunal from investigating Cherera and 3 IEBC commissioners, sets tommorow as hearing date", the report reveal.
The petition however comes off when Juliana Cherera and Justus Nyang'aya have already resigned after a build up of criticisms from Kenya Kwanza allies and kenyans.
Meanwhile, let's wait and see what happens next.
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