Hon. Junet Mohamed, a member of the Suna-East , has Revealed serious accusations against Martha Koome, the Chief Justice, and the Kenyan Union Government. When IEBC Commissioner Justus Nyang'aya and Deputy Chairperson Juliana Cherera were forced to quit, Junet commented on the resignations.
A tribunal has been established by President William Ruto to look into the actions of the "Cherera Quartet," who are suspected of cheating in the recently held presidential election. Following the National Assembly's Justice and Law Committee's recommendation to establish a tribunal to look into the Cherera-led commissioner, the President took this action.
Junet Mohamed has now acknowledged that Kwanza Kenyan MPs approved the JLAC plan during the course of the night. He added that a tribunal has been established in the presences of CJ Martha koome.
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