The IBC commissioner Irene has brought a message to Kenyans that this duration she is going to be incredibly outrageous against the trial whereby she is being anticipated to resign from office as an IBC commissioner. However, according to the standard news, Irene has revealed that before Judge Aggey Muchelule_led tribunal she is moving to formulate all the validity openly during his trial appearance.
She announces that it has reached a time whereby Kenyans must recognize the certainty and they should not foresee him waiving instead they expect a bombshell in polls. Irene added that they are being compelled to terminate the office because the attending administration understands they are extremely destructive to their following nationality in the poll.
"I'm not leaving anywhere and I'm not prepared to quit as my gentleman colleagues and Kenyans should predict a bombshell during my appearance before my prosecution and each one will know the sensibility," she said.
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