Kenyans have woken up to an utter shock after Juliana Cherara, deputy chairperson of the independent Elections and Boundaries Commission, announced her resignation this morning. This came hours after other commissioners also resigned a few days ago.
Cherera, along with the four commissioners who opposed the final result of Wafula Chebukati of the presidential elections, continue to face many obstacles after Dr. William Ruto was declared as president.
Cherara's resignation comes days after President William Ruto set up a commission to investigate the conduct of four ruling commissioners in the run-up to the 2022 elections.
It has comes hours after the Kikuyu MP, who doubles as the majority leader, asked the three remaining commissioners to explain the reasons for their resignations and investigations and investigations.
His resignation was prompted by new developments in the country that opposed President William Ruto and his allies to assume office.
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