Top Ruto's ally and politician Gladys Boss Shollei has alleged what must happen to the IEBC vice chair Juliana Cherera after she fowarded her resignation. She has issued the following demands to the tribunal court even after the resignation.
According to the vocal deputy speaker of national assembly and close ally to the first in command William Ruto, there's no escape for the 4 IEBC commissioners even as they have started noting down their resignation to avoid being investigated by the tribunal. She said that resignation cannot extinguish the duty of the tribunal constituted by the first in command to investigate them.
She added that the tribunal must discharge it's duty to interrogate their conduct and report on the facts in that kenyans deserve to know why they engaged in grave misconduct during the last election. This comes hours after Juliana Cherera resigned today after Justus nyang'aya was on the lead to do so late last week.
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