Despite the fact that the tribunal President William Ruto established has the power to recommend their dismissal, Joshua Chagwony, a specialist and co-director of the Constitution and Reform Education Consortium (Creco), has warned President Ruto that doing so could trigger a constitutional crisis.
In order to justify his claim, he explained that since the commission always grants the Secretariat its mandate, cutting off that relationship would result in an uncertain situation.
As hearings for the Chelule-led tribunal, whose vice chair Juliana Cherera and ringleader Justus Nyang'aya have already declared their resignations, are about to start on Friday, the man making them made the remarks.
In the interim, let's wait and see what the tribunal's advice is to president William Ruto, who will have the final say over Masit and Francis Wanderi's destiny.
just hours after being suspended by President William Ruto, Commissioner Justus Nyang'aya resigned.
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