Former presidential candidate Mwalimu Abduba Dida, has reacted to the suspension of rebel Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission commissioners by President William Ruto paving the way for their official exit.
The vocal politician sympathised with the four arguing that Chebukati who bungled the 2017 general elections is free and enjoying while Ruto is suspending the four just because of differing with Chebukati.
Dida noted that leadership passes and someday whatever one does will follow then either through their children.
"Chebukati bungled the 2017 elections and is accused of auctioning 2022. He is currently playing golf, Cherera 4 walked out of a mess. The president has gone after them. Only wreak vengeance if you never had children, for one day, yours will also be in someone else's hands." The former presidential candidate posted on his official social media pages.
The president suspended the four and formed a tribunal to investigate their conduct a move which has been critisized by the Azimio team.
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