The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission IEBC CEO Marjan has found himself under the wrath of kenyans following his reference he made on Kenyan politicians. According to Marjan, many Kenyan politicians are illiterate with low Intelligence Quotient (IQ) yet many Kenyans are highly glorifying them.
Marjan has said that this was evident during the process of verification of individual candidate's academic qualifications where they noted that many had low IQ levels, lacked academic papers and those who had university degrees scored passes and second class lower division grades.
This has been reiterated by one of the IEBC commissioners Abdi Guliye who said many Kenyan politicians are less literate.
However, CEO Marjan's utterances has not gone well with Kenyans who have immediately told him off saying he is among the few Kenyans who are not reliable and cannot be trusted with important state organs and commission like the IEBC, in charge of elections. Below are some of the comments from Kenyans online.
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