Last week, IEBC deputy CEO Ruth Kulundu was shown the door after a heated altercation with one of his bosses.
According to the IEBC Kulundu had gone against the commission's code of conduct and had to be dismissed.
Well, after her dramatic firing, a section of Azimio la Umoja leaders staged protests outside IEBC offices.
Led by Okiya omutata the said leaders urged the IEBC Chairperson to reinstate Kulundu back to her position.
A letter to dismiss Kulundu was written by the IEBC CEO Marjan.
The IEBC has currently been separated into two groups, this was after the August 9 General Elections where a section of four commissioners walked out during the major announcement.
Led by IEBC Vice Chairperson Juliana Cherera, the team said they were not part of the said announcement.
Some serious and interesting dramas are expected to take place in the next few days.
More to follow soon...
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