Days after the four IEBC commissioners dubbed Cherera four were suspended from office over alleged misconduct in the just concluded General elections. To pave the way for investigation by the tribunal as ordered by President Ruto.
One of the commissioners, Nyang'aya tendered his resignation as the 3 others led by embattled IEBC Vice Chairperson, Juliana Cherera's next move remains unknown.
Details have however now emerged on what the remaining 3 commissioners are expected to do this week ahead of the tribunal hearing.
As reported by media outlets, the people daily. A source from the IEBC that sought anonymity confirmed that;
The four IEBC commissioners seemly having known their fate on JLAC report recommendations had earlier cleared their offices on Wednesday last week. The day before JLAC recommended their removal.
The three further are expected to also tender their resignation just as Ex commissioner Nyang'aya earlier did this week.
However, National Assembly Deputy Speaker Gladys Boss commenting on the matter revealed that should commissioners still resign. They will face the tribunal.
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