With things now seeming to be in the right direction, speculations continue to hit high on what had transpired In the national tally, Bomas of Kenya during the elections counting where the electoral body confused Kenyans dividing themselves into two, giving contradicting information.
Commissioner Irene Masit has faulted a section of the media for what she says is "unfairly" targeting her. Masit has cited a recent report of high profile visits by politicians to the Yaya Apartments, where she was residing together with the other 3 former commissioners after their Serena Hotel presser.
Masit further explained that IEBC had booked Hermosa Hotel in Karen for all the commissioners during the whole electioneering period but they left after the presser at Serena. This group was led by the vice chair at that time Julian who resigned just a few days ago after being followed up as per the constitutional requirements.
Do you think the four dissenting commissioners would have been kicked out?
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