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What You Did Not Know About The Four IEBC Commissioners Who Rejected Chebukati's Results

Earlier on today, Azimio la Umoja presidential Candidate Raila Odinga issued a statement tagging the 2022 August presidential results as Null and Void. His move comes after Vice-Chairperson Juliana Cherera and other three Commissioners (Francis Wanderi, Justus Nyang'aya and Irene Masit) Refused to take ownership of the results that were announced by their Chairman Wafula Chebukati.

While Raila has opened up about following the matter to the court, in This article we shall delve into the four Commissioners who went against the reports that announced William Ruto as the President-elect.

According to data supplied by the Indipendent Electoral and Boundaries Commision, this is what you probably did not know about the latter:

1. Juliana Cherera: She is the Vice-Chairperson of the IEBC with a Masters of Education, Leadership and Educational Management (Kenya Methodist University), Bachelor of Education (Honorary Student, Kenyatta University), and Early Childhood Development Education. She is said to have worked for the Mombasa County Goverment and as a Member of Kenya Devolution Support Program Committee.

2. Francis Wanderi: He is said to hold a Master's of Science in Management, Bachelor of Education from the University of Nairobi UoN and Studied Transformative Leadership and Change Management.

3. Justus Nyang'aya: With over 32 years of experience in Strategic Leadership, Governance and Social Accountability Organizations, the Commissioner is said to hold a Master of Arts Education (from the Institute of Education in London), Diploma in Leadership, Governance, Peace and Conflict Transformation, and it was also revealed that he studied educational science in Kenya and the Great Britain.

4. Irene Masit: With over 25 years work experience and knowledge in Government, Nongovernmental organisations, Experience in Finance, Management and the Public Administration, the commissioner is said to have a Master’s degree in Strategic Human Resource Management (from the University of Manchester in United Kingdom), Bachelor of Law degree (from the University of Nairobi) and a Post Graduate Diploma from the Kenya School of Law.

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