Information is now out revealing why motion pushed by Nyandaru senator Johh Methu seeking to remove from office the four commissioners who distanced themselves from the results that declared Ruto as the president will not yield any fruit.
John Methu who is serving his first time as Kirinyaga senator wants Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) vice-chairperson Juliana Cherera and three other commissioners in Irene Masit, Francis Wanderi and Justus Nyang’aya charged for allegedly attempting to undermine the will of voters in the August 9 polls.
Speaking to Nation on Friday, Methu says that he want this motion to ensure the four commissioners are forced to vacate their offices before facing the charges for their actions.
However, details now have emerged revealing why this motion seeking to remove the four commissioners from office may not be a going concern anymore as such removals can only be done by the National Assembly and not the senate house.
It therefore means that the four commissioners may have good reasons to smile if at all this section is something to go by.
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