Former IEBC Official, Roselyn Akombe has finally traveled back to her home country, Kenya after several years of being away, Taking to her Twitter account to confirm her return, Akombe has shared several photos which she quoted, "Nothing feels like home."
Roslyn Akombe who was a member of the Independen, Electoral and Boundaries Commission in 2017 revealed that she decided to leave the country after she found a job and got employed to work in an international firm. Reports have also revealed that the renowned ex- IEBC Official decided to leave the country due to the fact that she felt unsafe after the controversial 2017 Presidential election.
While responding to a welcoming message by renown Politician, Kabando wa Kabando, Roselyn Akombe has reinstated that she feels happy to finally sleep in her bed in Kenya after five years of being out of the country. Indeed nothing feels nice like being back to your ancestral home the way former IEBC Official, Roselyn Akombe is feeling.
Roselyn Akombe who hails from Nyanza will now feel free and excited to be ushering in a new year while in her mother country unlike in the last when she was afraid of her life.
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