Hours after the announcement of former independent electoral and boundaries commission chief executive officer (CEO) Ezra chiloba as the new director general for the communication authority of Kenya,former IEBC commissioner has dropped her verdict on the same.
Taking to her Twitter page,former IEBC commissioner who is on the run after the 2017 elections Rosslyn Akombe has said that the 2022 elections are already done and dusted.
Akombe said that with that appointment,the 2022 elections is a done deal and sealed event which seems to urge aspirants to stop wasting their time as plags have already been drawn.
Akombe who has the experience and being a witness of some of the activities in the IEBC,has already lightened Kenyans on the results of the appointment. She once ran from the country due to pressure from aspirants after 2017 elections.
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