Despite the resignation of some of the IEBC Commissioners including Juliana Cherera, Francis Wanderi and Julius Nyang'anya, their fate will be determined by the tribunal undisturbed. So far, there have been various information which have been revealed about the four rebel Commissioners since the hearing started. Cherera and her team have been accused of favouring Azimio La Umoja One Kenya party in their decision to reject the Presidential results announced by the IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati.
The tribunal requested for the CCTV footage of these four Commissioners during their time at Yaya Apartments in Kilimani after petitioners claimed that they met Azimio leaders during their time at the hotel. However, the footage provided by the management of the hotel has only shown Commissioner Irene Masit entering a lift from the basement. The pictures has shown Masit accompanied with hotel's Chief of Security. The footage did not capture other Commissioners apart from Masit. Neither did it capture Azimio allies with Commissioners together. This means that the footage won't be much helpful in decision to be taken against the four of them by the tribunal. The tribunal was formed to determine the fate of the Commissioners. Do you think this footage will help to identify the relationship between Azimio and these rebel Commissioners?
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