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Ichung'wah Pleads With Juliana Cherera On What She Should Not Do After Justus Nyang'aya Resigned

Kikuyu constituency member of the national assembly and majority leader in the national assembly Hon Kimani Ichung'wah has send out a special plea to independent electoral and boundaries commission (IEBC) vice chairperson Juliana Cherera.

Speaking during an event in Embu county earlier today, the majority leader pleaded with Ms Cherera not to waste kenyans' money and time by resigning from office just as Commissioner Justus Nyang'aya did recently.

Ichung'wah told Cherera, and indeed Irene Masit and Francis Wanderi, that kenyans will not waste their time going to the streets to demonstrate over their removal and that they should do the honourable thing, which is resigning from office with immediate effect.

“I want to plead with you to spare Kenyans the time, the money and the effort and please resign as Commissioner Nyang’aya did,” Ichung'wah said.

His remarks come after president William Ruto appointed a special tribunal led by Court of appeal Judge Aggrey Muchelule to investigate the four and recommend the way forward.

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