The former IEBC official has elicited a mixed reactions online after claiming that he motherland is of unique nature. In her official twitter account Akombe revealed that it's only in Kenya where someone can fail in very many legal cases and still keep their job.Dr Akombe left IEBC after realising that the commission had some issues and never wanted to be part of the failing team that will finally be blamed. She was followed by other two commissioners leaving the Commission under staffed.
According to Akombe incase one loses in several legal cases he or she should resign as soon as possible to pave way for more components individuals. She categorically point at Kenya where many leaders have failed in very many and tough legal cases and instead of being kicked out or resign, they are taken in other fields despite their ills.
This days after appointment of the former IEBC CEO Ezra Chiloba in another field of what kenyans witnessed the dispited general election, where blames were shifted to him
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