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How Nyang'aya And Cherera's Resignation Has Affected The Appointed Tribunal's Work

The four embattled IEBC commissioners are hanging their boots one after the other. Just days after Julius Nyang'aya resigned,vice chair Juliana Cherera has also said that she is resigning. She thanked the president for giving her an opportunity to serve the country. They are resigning because of facing the tribunal and also, they are afraid that they might be barred from holding any public office if found guilty.

For that reason, People Daily reports that the appointed tribunal has expressed fear that if all the four commissioners decide to resign, then they will not have any business to run. As things are, it is not a matter of "if" but "when" the other two commissioners will resign.

The Ainabkoi member of parliament and the chairperson of the committee Samuel Chepkong'a warned that if they all resign, then the commitee will lack who to interview. On the other hand, deputy national assembly speaker Gladys Boss Shollei said that even if they resign, they must be interrogated.

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