The public may be forced to pay millions of shillings as a result of the resignations of former IEBC vice-chair Juliana Cherera, commissioners Francis Wanderi and Justus Nyang'aya, and others. Despite departing the IEBC, it is revealed that if the previous commission, headed by Issack Hassan, is any indication, the three might still get paid for the remaining six years of their term. Accusations of corruption, political bias, and incompetence led to Issack Hassan, the former chair of the election commission, losing his job in 2016. But finally, the former IEBC team was forced to quit. According to recent data, their resignation cost the tax payer Sh315.4 millionl.
Wafula Chebukati, a Kenyan attorney. The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission in the Republic of Kenya is now led by him. Wafula Chebukati presided over both the hotly contested 2017 general elections and the recently concluded fiercely contested 2022 general elections. He was accused of tampering with both election results. Wafula Chebukati, chairperson of the IEBC, will lose his job as soon as Kenyans learn about this facts. The Nation Africa claims that Wafula Chebukati's term as IEBC chairperson is likely to expire.
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