Four IEBC Commissioners who Differed with Presidential Results aired by IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati are in trouble as senator raises a motion for them to be Charged.
Nyandarua County senator Hon John Methu raised a motion dated 6th October 2022. He wants IEBC Vice-chairperson Juliana Cherera and commissioners Irene Madit, Francis Wanderi and Justus Nyang'aya charged for allegedly trying to subvert the will of people on 9th August 2022. Mr Methu revealed that his motion seeks to force the four commissioners to resign before they can be charged for their actions that could cause chaos.
The motion is still pending as it awaits approval for its tabling for discussion by the House.
Kenyans have shared their reactions concerning this as they urged leaders to prioritize discussions that can help in reduction of the cost of Living.
Others agreed with this motion claiming that it threatened lives of Kenyans as it could have caused chaos.
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