Juliana Cherera, Vice Chair of the IEBC, has responded to Kenyans who have criticized her online for her position on presidential elections. Cherera asserts that Kenyans should disregard her personal life and instead investigate the evidence she provided. On Monday, Commissioner Cherera made headlines after claiming that four IEBC commissioners had repudiated outcomes. Immediately after Juliana's press conference, Kenyans went online to learn more about her. Some Kenyans have gone as far as disclosing photographs taken at various events.
However, Cherera has responded by stating that Kenyans tend to joke about matters that should be taken seriously. She believes it is unfair for Kenyans to find photographs of her posing with Azimio leaders. According to Cherera, Kenyans should quit personalizing situations that require attention.
Kenyans should cease making jokes about problems of national importance. Cherera has stated that it is wrong that Kenyans have gone to such lengths to find photographs that were shot when he was conducting his personal business.
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