The National Assembly Approved ,all the four names of nominees to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).
The Legislators unanimously voted to approve the report of the Justice and Legal Affairs Committee (JLAC) chaired by Kangema Mp Muturi Kigano that recommended for their approval.
The House approved the nomination of the person for appointment by the president as members of the IEBC, Kigano said.
JLAC vetted the four last month and tabled the report yesterday commending the four for having the role.
The nominee have exhibited an impressive knowledge of topical issue including the understanding of Adminstration and management principles required to address the challenges facing the commission, the report reads in part.
Cherera is a former chief officer at the Mombasa county government while Wanderi is a management consultant who has worked with Kieni NG -CDF.Masit ,a resident of Elgeyo Marakwet, was an official in the defunct Interism Independent Electoral Commission while Nyangaya was a senior officer of Amnesty International Kenya.The committee said there was no questions on the integrity of the four.
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