Case entangles the four Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commissioners has taken a different grip following a major move by the court. Th four Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission's commissioners lead by IEBC vice chair Juliana Cherera are facing a stick move.
Court began the hearing process of the petition filed seeking the removal of IEBC vice chair Juliana Cherera and three other Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission's commissioners for Allegedly involving in malicious action during election process.
Juliana Cherera and other three IEBC commissioners disowned the election results that had Advocated the win of President William Ruto.
However, as details indicates, Juliana Cherera and other 3 electoral commissioners have woken up to morning bad news after Azimio La Umoja's MPs Takes a major action of disowning them in their dark days. It's reportedly that Azimio La Umoja's MPs haven't taken any step in a bid to rescue the four commissioners who practiced on Azimio's favour during election period.
Yesterday, Azimio La Umoja's chief Leader Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka attended the hearing process on removal of 4 electoral commoners where Raila Odinga condemned the move.
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