Despite resigning from the commission, Independent Electrol and Boundary Commission Cherera Four Commissioners are are being pinned down to explain why they went against the commission during the announcement of the Presidential results. Bad News to them is that it looks the break up of the Commission took political lines after it was leaked out that the four associated with Azimio of Raila Odinga during the announcement of the results.
Azimio La Umoja One Kenya party has been defending the Commissioners during this saga especially Narok senator Lendama Ole Kina. But now, it now looks like the relationship between the senator and Cherera four is over as the senator want a total replacement of their positions. Ole Kina want Juliana Cherera, Francis Wanderi, Julius Nyang'anya and Irene Masit the offices before even IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati retires next year. "And now the Cherera 4 must leave before the term of Chebukati expires," he said through his Twitter account. Ole Kina claims that the law changed a complete new team should come in right now. It should be noted that this man Lendama has been behind the four Commissioners but it is over between them now.
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