Political expert Professor Gitile Naituli has allegedly revealed what the four embattled Commissioners of the IEBC led by vice-Chair Juliana Cherera who opposed the final presidential results announced by Wafula Chebukati did that got the attention of President William Ruto and has made him eager to remove them from office.
According to Professor Gitile Naituli, Cherera and the other three IEBC Commissioners made and committed serious blunders that may have prompted President William Ruto and his team to remove them from the Commissions. According to Gitile, Cherera and his team made a blunder and critical error by withdrewing at the tail end from Wafula Chebukati at Bomas of Kenya once the calculations were completed.
"If it is true that IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati, intentionally interefered with the Presidential Results, then Cherera could have alerted the Public earlier in the announcements. But minutes to the final results declaration, it is when we saw Cherera and the other three Commissioners at the Sarova Whitesand, alleging that the results released by Chebukati were cooked" said the political expert.
According to the political Analyst, Cherera kept Kenyans guessing, which led President William Ruto to question her leadership. This has led to President William Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza allied MPs support the bid to remove them from Office. Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party leader Raila Odinga and his team have however vowed to make sure that the team remains at the Commission.
However, Ruto has declared fireback at Raila for defending the renegade IEBC commissioners whom he referred as the "indistinct leaders who attempt to plop the nation in danger" in his statement.
Ruto has since told off the Opposition stating that the four IEBC opaque must be taken into account for their actions and step out of since they can't be trusted to commandeer the next general election in 2027.
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