As parliamentarians, primarily those associated with President William Ruto, prepare to abruptly break their honeymoon at anniversary towers, four dissenting Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission (IEBC) Commissioners are currently under attack.
The four have been the subject of legal action by the national assembly's justice and legal affairs committee, and many observers believe that the final goal may be to have them removed from their positions as IEBC commissioners.
And now, the case against Wanderi, Justus Nyang'aya, Irene Masit, and Juliana Cherera has taken a brand-new, unexpected turn.
Omtatah requests that the court halt the injunction in his court filings. Now the four IEBC commissioners have been facing a big challenge as the Ruto government wants the court to take action on them as they violated the IEBC law during the election period.
Juliana Cherera And his team is waiting to see what the court will do for them as Ruto's government wants the four to be removed from office.
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