Makueni county governor elect Mutula Kilonzo Junior has allegedly revealed what Dr Roselyn Akombe did when she left Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC. This comes as Presidential election in Kenya takes another shape as rigging scheme emerge.
Speaking, Mutula Kilonzo Junior has said that when Dr Roselyn Akombe who was one of the commissioner in Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC left, she did an elaborate report on the workings of Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC.
According to reports, the workings by Dr Roselyn Akombe as Mutahi Kilonzo Junior indicates said that of you want to reform the country then we must have Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC that's not politically affiliated
Mutula Kilonzo Junior has said what should be done in order to reform the country as per the workings by Dr Roselyn Akombe on Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
"When Dr Roselyn Akombe left the commission, she did an elaborate report on the workings of the IEBC and it said if you want to reform this country you must have an IEBC that is not politically affiliated," said Mutula Kilonzo Junior
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