Independent Boundary Commission (IEBC) Commissioners Julian Cherera, Justus Nyagaya, Mercy Lesit, and Francis Wanderi have banded together against the chairperson and two other Commissioners, causing a collision of opinions inside the commission.
A petition is currently in the Senate, asking lawmakers to throw out the Duos from office, but according to a reliable news source, Julian Cherera and her crew may soon be on the way out of the Commission.
According to the petition, Cherera and his colleagues were easily influenced to vote for the leading presidential candidate.
A former presidential candidate, Cherera claimed that the results announced by chairman Wafula Chebukati were manipulated and veiled in favor of the current president, William Ruto.
Sen. John methu of the UDA nyandarua has submitted the petition, and if the Senate agrees with him, it will proceed to the National Assembly for review.
The current chairman, Wafula Chebukati, will likely finish his term this year, allowing for a new chairman to be elected.
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