Photo. Yaya Centre Apartment and Accommodations Manager Simon Miller
Yaya Centre Apartment Manager Simon Miller has revealed interesting details of what happened during the period which he hosted 4 IEBC Commissioners. He is clear that during the period, Azimio leaders including Nick Salat and Raphael Tuju visited at night and left during morning hours.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1605863357084356608?s=20&t=47UTQfdHejw41w2Sw09CbQ
This just confirms the allegations that the 4 IEBC Commissioners were closely working with the Azimio coalition. It's a matter that could see the 4 not only removed from office but also charged with other cases of treason and coup.
Simon Miller has revealed the names of leaders who visited the 4 IEBC Commissioners in an apartment. It's obvious that the law is expected to take it's course once the 4 IEBC are found guilty as charged.
The 4 IEBC stayed in an apartment for a period of 4 days immediately after disputing the presidential results. The case against them has been serious and therefore we can hope that they be given justice by the tribunal.
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