Reports of a section of disgruntled presidential aspirants who were barred from vying by IEBC protesting against elections emerged online.
According to reports, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission(IEBC) is facing huge change after a section of politicians protested as they call for the postponement of the August election.
According to reports, the politicians were being led by presidential hopeful Dr. Ekuru Aukot, they are now calling for the removal of IEBC chairperson Wafula Chebukati.
They accused him of consisting unfair presidential candidate vetting, they feel that the commission is not prepared enough to conduct the 9th August elections.
However, Wafula Chebukati earlier today said that the commission is ready for the electoral process and they are not worried about anything. He also called upon politicians to stop intimidating them and allow them to perform their duties according to the rules and regulations that guide the commission. See people's reactions.
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