During a crucial event at State House in Nairobi County, prime cabinet secretary Musalia Mudavadi and deputy president Rigathi Gachagua stood out with stirring comments.
Wafula Chebukati, the head of the independent electoral and boundary commission (IEBC), and two other commissioners had visited president William Ruto at State House during the event.
Chebukati took advantage of the opportunity to present president William Ruto with the IEBC exit report on the day that he is stepping down from office during a day of interaction between the Ruto administration and the various independent offices and commissions.
President William Ruto has received the identical report that the departing IEBC chairman delivered to the nation yesterday to mark his period in office. It offers information on the difficulties the IEBC is facing as well as the essential intervention the commission has suggested to facilitate election management.
Today marks the conclusion of the terms of Commissioners Boya Molu and Prof. Abdi Guliye, who both completed a full six-year term in office.
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