Some hours ago, IEBC chairman wafula Chebukati declared the winner of presidential elections which left the IEBC commission divided. According to Chebukati, he announced William Ruto as the president elect which didn't go well with his vice chair Juliana Cherera and other three commissioners.
According to Cherera, they are claiming that contrary to the law,the results announced did not declare the total number of registered voters. They have therefore detached themselves from the independent Electrol and Boundaries Commission claiming the results announced by the IEBC were not transparent and credible.
This appeared not to go well with gospel musician Loise Kim who shared cherera’s photo on her Facebook official page talking to her. According to Loise Kim, she told her that they don't want too much stories since the cost of living is already high and people are stressed hence not ready for war. She said that those who are not satisfied by the results to go to court.
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