The four Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission members have caused controversy by wanting President William Ruto to tell them how bad of a job they are doing.
They want the President to explain how he concluded that they are a rebel group after reading the statement he posted on his official social media accounts.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) commissioners who have broken away have written to President Ruto, with the help of their attorney Apollo Mboya, saying that their participation in the Justice and Legal Affairs committee depends on Ruto's response.
Their attorney wrote, "The said tweet which we consider to have nexus to the petition well before Honourable Departmental Committee... In order for us to participate fully in the deliberations before the Departmental Committee, we ask that you send us further and better particulars forming the conclusions made in your tweet."
Members of the Justice and Legal Affairs committee have been conducting investigations, and they have all been absent from today's meeting in Nairobi's County Hall.
Since Head of State president William Ruto had already shown obvious bias against them, their attorneys contended that they could not participate in the process.
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