The vocal United Democratic Alliance senator for Nandi county Samson Cherargei has advised the remaining three suspended IEBC commissioners to also resign shortly after their colleague, Justus Nyang'aya surrendered his resignation letter to president William Ruto.
Through a statement the senator shared on his twitter handle, said three should take this earliest opportunity to vacate their positions before it reaches a point of no return adding that the former prime minister Raila Odinga will not have the opportunity to save them.
"All of them should resign before they face unimaginable armageddon moments come before them. Tinga shall not save them anymore," the senator tweeted.
The suspension of the four commissioners by president William Ruto has created controversial debate with leaders especially from the opposition side arguing that they are being persecuted because of their stand in the last general election.
However, the leaders allied to president William Ruto have maintained that the four did not conduct themselves well when they opposed the victory of William Ruto.
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