Independent Electrol and Boundary Commission Cherera Four Commissioners are being pressed for answers as to why they dissented at the announcement of Presidential results despite having resigned from the commission. Unfortunately for them, word came out that the four associated with Azimio of Raila Odinga during the announcement of the results, suggesting that the Commission split along political lines.
Asimio La Umoja Throughout this ordeal, the Commissioners have had one Kenyan party on their side, led by Senator Lendama Ole Kina of Narok. Now that the senator wants to completely replace the Cherera 4 in their posts, it appears that their relationship is officially ended. Prior to even IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati's retirement next year, Ole Kina would like to see Juliana Cherera, Francis Wanderi, Julius Nyang'anya, and Irene Masit take over the helms of the commission. And now the Cherera 4 must depart before the tenure of Chebukati finishes," he tweeted. Ole Kina asserts a new legal framework necessitates the immediate deployment of a brand-new team. Notably, this man Lendama has been supporting the four Commissioners, but that support has ended as of just now.
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