Former Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission(IEBC) commissioner, Dr. Roselyn Akombe has broken her silence sending a cryptic message in reaction to the latest appointment of Her former boss, Ezra Chiloba as the new Director-General by the Communications Authority of Kenya(CAK).To replace Francis Wangusi. Who earlier retired.
Via her Twitter account, Akombe has reacted by sending a cryptic message. By seemly relating the appointment of Ezra Chiloba to the upcoming 2022 general elections.
Photo: Ezra Chiloba.
Where Akombe has alleged that with the latest appointment by the Communications Authority of Kenya of Ezra Chiloba.This is an indication that 2022 is already sealed.
"And with the appointment of the new CAK Director-General, 2022 is sealed," Akombe penned down via her Twitter handle.
Below is the tweet image;Her remarks have stired a heated online debate. As a myriad of Kenyans joined the bandwagon in airing out their comments.
As some remain in solidarity with Akombe's allegation. Others told her off that Ezra Chiloba's appointment is not related to matters of politics.
Below are the reactions;
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