Through his speech, Junet has asked Chebukati to clear the ongoing discussion surrounding the printing of ballot papers because it is not something to be taken for granted.
"Now we want the chairman of IEBC to come out clean and clearly on the position of that matter. This isn't a matter that can be taken lightly. A ballot paper is a very critical instrument in the election process. We want to have ballot papers that have been printed in a right manner," stated honorable Junet Mohammed.
The ODM allied legislator has also told Chebukati that they remember what happened in 2017 that led to the nullification of election results by former Chief Justice David Maraga.
Junet Mohammed now wants the IEBC chairman to ensure that a truthful and peaceful election is conducted because that is exactly what Kenyans want.
"Chebukati tunajua vile ulifanya uchaguzi ya 2017 Maraga aka disqualify. We don't want to go back to the same issue because Kenyans want to have an election that encompasses truth and peace," added honorable Junet Mohammed.
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