Hon. Junet Mohamed, a Suna-East member, has made serious accusations against Chief Justice Martha Koome and the Kenyan Union Government. In response to the resignations of Deputy Chairperson Juliana Cherera and IEBC Commissioner Justus Nyang'aya, Junet made a statement.
President William Ruto has established a tribunal to investigate the actions of the "Cherera Quartet," who are thought to have cheated in the most recent presidential election. The President took this action after the Justice and Law Committee of the National Assembly recommended that a tribunal be established to investigate the Cherera-led commissioner.
Junet Mohamed has now admitted that the JLAC plan was accepted by Kwanza Kenyan MPs throughout the course of the evening. He continued by saying that a tribunal had been created in CJ Martha Koome's presence.
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