Hon. Dimus Barasa, a Kimilili member of parliament and President William's close confidant, responded shortly after embattled IEBC vice chairperson Juliana Cherera's sudden resignation paralyzed the media.
He explained why Cherera shouldn't have resigned from her position if she had been acting morally.Didmus Barassa criticized Cherera's action on his official Facebook page and suggested that she is concealing something from Kenyans.
Didmus Barassa claimed in a speculative message that, following her resignation, the IEBC vice chair must have voted against the constitution in the most recent elections on August 9.
Juliana Cherera broke her silence about her resignation decision just before Didmus Barasa's message was sent. According to her, President William's decision to suspend her from her position and the pressure she was put under after being accused of attempting to influence the outcome of the 2022 Presidential election led to her resignation.
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