Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Vice Chair Juliana Cherera have today written to President William Ruto informing her of the intention to resign from the Electoral agency. Via the statement sent to newsrooms, cherera says the move was motivated by good faith because she is a Christian who can't be happy seeing bloodshed related to herself.
"IEBC vice chairperson Juliana Cherera writes to the President notifying him of her resignation from the electoral body; the President suspended her and three other commissioners last week pending a tribunal hearing on their conduct in the August election," Nation Media Group's Oliver Mathenge reported via his Twitter handle.
But her move comes barely hours after National Assembly Deputy Speaker Hon Gladys Boss Sholei stated that cholera 4 must face he tribunal panel even if they all resigned. This, she said will enable the head of state to get a clear picture of what happened.
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