Raila Odinga's key ally, Junet Mohamed has finally broken silence on why he thinks IEBC Vice Chair, Juliana Cherera and Commissioner, Justus Nyang'aya resigned from their roles in the Electoral Commission. The two tendered their resignation letters to President William Ruto days after a tribunal was formed to investigate their conduct during the concluded Presidential election.
National Assembly Majority Leader, Kimani Ichungwah has praised the resignation of the two ash urges the other two to also resign so as to save the Tribunal unnecessary time. Junet Mohamed on the other hand has pointed fingers to Chief Justice, Martha Koome and the Kenya Kwanza Government.
"If you brought a petition to parliament and took it through JLAC forcefully, brought it to the plenery of the House and passed it at NIGHT with KK Mps and the same evening formed a tribunal and had the CJ swear them at NIGHT then why are you enticing them with Money to resign!! " Junet Mohamed's tweet.
According to Junet Mohamed, the two IEBC Commissioners who resigned were enticed with money. It is not yet clear if IEBC Vice Chair, Juliana Cherera and Commissioner, Justus Nyang'aya were indeed offered hug sum of money by the Government to tender their resignation letters. Junet has further accusedCJ Martha Koome of hurriedly having members of the Tribunal sworn in at night.
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