The first in command changes tune on Cherera Four hours after the parliament forwarded the issue to him for further directives, however he has issued the following directives to be taken for the 4 IEBC commissioners.
According to the reliable source, the first in command has issued a directive of forming a tribunal to investigate the conduct of the four IEBC commissioners who earlier on disputed his election in August polls. This has raised a lot of concerns from different people and politicians as it has been said that the president is not uniting the country by putting the four in such a situation since the elections were over.
Meanwhile, the parliament discussed the choice of the JLAC decision to punish the commissioners for make wrong decision during the election period and thus forwarded the matter to the president for further action. However it is a loss for the Azimio lawmakers and leaders since their cry wasn't heard about the choices made by the ruling party.
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