A witness has told the Muchelule led tribunal that Cherera 4 were Azimio agents disguised as a Commissioners. The witness explained that the call by the 4 IEBC Commissioners for the moderation of results was a clear testimony that the 4 were working on behalf of Azimio.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/K24Tv/status/1605804677282426880?s=20&t=_1Dh20R9kY11gx3xAWE74A
The 4 IEBC Commissioners are on trial to explain of what they know on matters the August 9th polls. The 4 have been accused of trying to committ a coup which was thwarted before it materialized.
It's a fact that investigations against the 4 IEBC Commissioners have proved that they were working closely with Azimio. The Commissioners might be charged with treason which attracts a murder penalty if found guilty.
The 4 IEBC Commissioners are in trouble because president William Ruto is in charge. They were paid to cause trouble and chaos but they didn't succeed because violence didn't occur as they anticipated.
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