Following claims by United democratic Alliance party to the deputy president seeking the Independent electoral and boundaries commission to withdraw from the election preparement committee, independent body has finally made a decision to withdraw from the committee is preparing the 2022 general elections.
The Independent electoral and boundaries commission chairman Wafula Chebukati issued a statement confirming withdraw from the committee and has written a letter to the principal secretary Karanja Kibicho telling him to do the same. This's according to information published by standard digital in their official Facebook account saying that the IEBC chairman has written to the Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho telling him to withdraw from the election preparation committee since the political temperature coming out.
In his defence the IEBC chairman said that the Independent body decided to withdraw from the committee because the IEBC is independentand should not involved in such matters. This's a major win to UDA who have been calling for exit of some of the government authorities in the election preparation exercise.
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