President William Ruto's man Dennis Itumbi now alleges that he has a full CCTV recording on what 'Cherera Four' did during the presidential vote tallying.
Dissenting former IEBC commissioner Irene Masit on Thursday got into deeper troubles after a grainy CCTV footage captured her entering an apartment in the Kilimani area of Nairobi.
The footage couldn't show all her movement in the apartment. However, Itumbi had told Kenyans that he has the entire CCTV video accusing Masit to be at the centre of disowning results announced by IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati.
" HNIB agents have the entire CCTV recording from Bomas & Commissioner Irene Masit was at the centre of the IEBC FOUR attempt to interfere with the decision by Hustler Nation on the ballot..."Itumbi said.
Masit early promised to unleash a bombshell on what really happened that most Kenyans don't know.
She is now facing the tribunal after other three commissioners resigned.
In the footage that was made public on Thursday by the management showed Masit allegedly entering the apartment's elevator at 8:39 pm in the company of two gentlemen and a security officer stationed at the property.
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