A number of Azimio La Umoja One Kenya affiliated legislators and their supporters held a demonstration outside the IEBC headquarters in Nairobi.The legislators led by honourable Otieno Kajwang on Monday morning tried to have access to the IEBC anniversary towers offices but were blocked with their security officers.The legistors are said to be demonstrating against the sanctions on the electoral commission's deputy CEO Ruth Kalundu.According to the legistors,the move by the commission led by Chebukati is malacious as it aims at blackmailing those showing support to their coalition.The Azimio leaders in turn want Kalundu reinstated back to office.The deputy CEO was interdicted some days ago with reports having it that it's due to her closeness with the four commissioners who disowned the presidential results.What is your take on this latest move by the Azimio coalition leaders? Kindly drop in your comments as you like share and follow this channel for more exclusive articles.Remember to preach peace and spread love as we get back to nation building activities.
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