Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Vice Chairperson Juliana Cherera's team that denounced the presidential elections results has been under criticism after the Supreme Court upheld the election results.
In a latest move Nyandarua senator John Methu has filed a censure motion wanting IEBC Vice Chair Ms Cherera and commissioners Irene Masit, Francis Wanderi and Justus Nyangaya either forced to quit or arraigned in court.
While speaking to the daily nation, the 31 year old first time senator has revealed that his motion seeks to compel the four IEBC commissioners to quit before they are charged for actions that threatened to plunge the country into chaos.
"Mr Methu told the Saturday Nation that his motion seeks to force the four to quit before they are charged for actions that threatened to plunge the country into chaos." Read the report by daily nation.
The motion may, however, achieve little since the removal of commissioners can only be done by the National Assembly.
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