Kenyans have come out to issue out their reactions after Roselyn Kwamboka Akombe who is former commissioner of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) of Kenya announced her arrival back in Kenya.
Roselyn who is alleged to have resigned from her position of the being the IEBC commissioner to fly out of the country citing fears for her life announced her her arrival through a tweet and captioned it:
"Nothing beats the feeling of being home #Kenya where my umbilical cord remains. Thanks a million to all who made it possible. I owe you a lot!"
The former IEBC commissioner also shared this beautiful photos of her at the airport as a proof she is really in Kenya, thanking all the people who made it possible for her to fly back.
Her tweet cited a lot of mixed reactions online, below is a section of the mixed reactions from netizens:
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