In the nation, Juliana Cherera is well recognized. She is well-known not just for her role as IEBC vice chairperson but also for the surprising step she made to contradict the election results announced by IEBC chairwoman Wafula Chebukati.
There were many responses to that in the nation, and after the Supreme Court's decision on the election petition, Juliana Cherera went silent and remained in the background for some time. However, today, she made a comeback by attending a high-profile meeting.
Juliana Cherera, the vice chair of the IEBC, reportedly attended a high-profile IEBC meeting that featured heads of missions, donors, and heads of the diplomatic envoys, according to TV47 Kenya. The gathering allegedly served as the IEBC's post-election consultative meeting.
Some Kenyans are still unsure at this point as to whether Cherera and Chebukati would reconcile their disagreements and move on as allies, but that will undoubtedly become clear with time.
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