IEBC Vice Chair Juliana Cherera, Francis Wanderi and Julius Nyang'anya have already resigned from their positions as Independent Electrol and Boundary Commissioners leaving only Irene Masit from the group of Cherera four who rebelled the Presidential results announced by Wafula Chebukati at Bomas House of Kenya. This is after being suspended by President William Ruto and subsequently put under investigation by the council appointed by the President. With their fate yet to be announced, IEBC Chief Executive has ashered some good news to these four.
Marjan Hussein, IEBC Chief Executive has alleged out that IEBC Deputy C.E.O Ms Kulundu arranged a plenary for the four above mentioned commissioners. Marjan has further accused Kulundu of attacking and insulting other commissioners during the election period. These actions by the Deputy Chief Executive has been termed as punishable by Marjan. It should be noted that Marjan stood and supported Wafula Chebukati during the announcement of the final Presidential results. His support towards the four Commissioners could help them get their rights at this difficult time they are undergoing.
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