The four dissenting independent electoral and boundaries commission (IEBC) commissioners find themselves in hot soup as the tribunal appointed by president William Ruto prepares to go after them in a highly publicized probe.
Two of the IEBC commissioners, IEBC vice chairperson Juliana Cherera and commissioner Justus Nyang'aya, have since called it a day at the anniversary towers headquartered organization and wrote resignation letters to president William Ruto.
And now, Francis Wanderi, one of the two Commissioners who are still in office and who has not followed Cherera to resign has come out to break her silence.
In an interview with The Star, Wanderi says that he has not resigned from office.
"No, I have not resigned," he told the publication, a clear indication that he is hell-bent on facing the justice Aggrey Muchelule led tribunal that is expected to probe him alongside Irene Masit who is also yet to resign from office.
Details suggest that the two who resigned did so to avoid facing the tribunal.
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