Kenyan activist and academic Roselyn Akombe. After the fiercely contested 2017 general elections, she resigned from her position as a commissioner for the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission because she disagreed with the outcome of the presidential race. After attempting to reveal what had happened, she fled the nation, claiming that her life was in danger.
Roslyn Akombe, a former IEBC commissioner, revealed the following to Kenyans when she accepted a lucrative position. Dr. Roselyn Akombe recently stated in a blog post how glad she is for the chance to work for the UNDPPA as the Chief of Peace Building Strategy and Partnerships. She gushed to Kenyans about how much she adores her office's breathtaking view of New York City. As of late, Dr. Roselyn Akombehas been lucky since she left her role as the commissioner for IEBC and has since worked with the United Nations.
"Grateful for the appointment to serve as chief of Peace building Strategy and Partnerships at @UNDPPA. Love this beautiful view of New York City from my office, despite the cloudy and cold weather. Always grateful to God for his blessings." Tweeted by Dr. Roselyn Akombe
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