Gladys Boss Shollei a politician and close friend of Top Ruto has claimed that Juliana Cherera the vice chair of the IEBC must suffer consequences for having submitted her resignation. Even after her resignation she continued to make the following demands of the tribunal court.
There is no escape for the four IEBC commissioners despite the fact that they have begun to note their resignation in order to avoid being subjected to the tribunal's investigation according to the outspoken deputy speaker of the national assembly and close ally of the first in command William Ruto. Resignation according to her won't stop the tribunal that was set up by the first in command from looking into them.
Kenyans deserve to know why they engaged in serious wrongdoing during the most recent election she continued so the tribunal must fulfill its obligation to investigate their conduct and report on the facts. Justus Nyang'aya was in the driver's seat to quit late last week and Juliana Cherera did so just hours later.
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