A section of Members of Parliament attached to the Raila led Azimio La Umoja coalition have today in unison marched to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Headquarters at Anniversary Towers to protest interdiction of the Commission's Deputy Chief Executive Officer Ruth Kulundu.
It emerged last week that the Chief Executive Officer Marjan Hussein had written a letter of suspension to his Deputy Ruth Kulundu pending investigations on gross misconduct.
Azimio MPs led by Unguja Member of Parliament Opiyo Wandayi later addressed the media defending Mrs Kulundu against the allegations raised against her by Mr Marjan. The lawmakers said that she was being unfairly targeted by the Chair of the Commission Mr Wafula Chebukati.
The MPs want Mrs Kulundu's interdiction stopped. This is the key reason why they have marched to Anniversary Towers protesting.By the time of going to press, police officers had been called in to contain the situation.
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