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Analyst Reveals Why He Blames Cherera After Her Resignation As IEBC Vice Chairperson

Barely days after Jastus Nyang'aya resigned as one of the commissioners of the IEBC following the pressure imposed on them by the current government, another news hits the headlines today morning following the resignation of Juliana Cherera as a vice chairperson of the commission.

Cherera takes this action after weeks of remaining adamant that she is not going to give in to the demands of the current regime who blamed her for being used by Azimio la Umoja team to subvert the results of this year's polls.

Following the resignation of the duo, reactions have been received from different parts of the country, some opining that this is a step in the right direction while some blames them for being submissive.

And while speaking to K24 TV this morning on noticing that Cherera has joined Nyang'aya, renowned lawyer Muthoni Thiankolu now blames the duo for accepting to resign following the pressure imposed on them.

According to the law practitioner, resigning for being accused is simply denying oneself a chance to prove himself or herself innocent. The lawyer says that it is a strategic error to resigned.

Muthomi Thiankolu said, "If you are accused of some things then you resign, you deny yourself the opportunity to clear your name if you were innocent. To me that was a strategic error on the one that resigned."

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