Barrister, solicitor and self-proclaimed NRM general Joshua Miguna Miguna has issued a statement on Twitter after IEBC Chairman, Wafula Chebukati withdrew from 2022 Elections and preparedness committee.
Wafula Chebukati on Monday made the move after reports that the executive and other arms of the government including Parliament is infringing the independence of the commission on its plans for next year's elections
Miguna after the news, went to his account and praised how Wafula Chebukati unlike Chief Justice Martha Koome has shown more courage ahead of the 2022 elections.
He added that, Chebukati's act was a bold one and clearly indicates that the deep state and all those who are involved in elections thievery have been cornered.
"When even the @IEBCKenya chairman, Wafula Chebukati, exhibits more courage than the Chief Justice of the Republic and President of the Supreme Court by removing himself from the National Multi-Sectoral consultative forum on election theft, we know that the deep state is cornered," he wrote.
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