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Cherera's Team in Trouble Despite 'Agreeing' With Chebukati After Supreme Court Verdict

The famous IEBC rebel Commissioners are not yet out of the woods despite their compliance with their Chairman after the Supreme Court verdict. Cherera and her team expressed interest in harmonizing with Wafula Chebukati even after drafting a walkout during tense hours when Kenyans were awaiting the presidential results.

Vice-chair Juliana Cherera, Mrs. Irene Masit, Francis Wanderi, and Julius Nyang'aya collectively made a statement on Tuesday echoing Chebukati's press release after the Supreme Court upheld Ruto's victory. The four Commissioners signaled a possible change of thought to their move that saw the country glare at political turmoil on the 15th of August.

The latest reports reaching us depict a possible push from William Ruto's allies to see Cherera and her colleagues exit from the Commission.

The Garissa Township Constituency Member of Parliament Hon Aden Duale has now called for the resignation of Cherera's team accusing them of gross misconduct and abuse of the constitution.

"The four Commissioners should be held accountable both individually and collectively," Duale has said.

In a statement on Tuesday night, the former National Assembly majority leader reiterated that it's going to be business as usual and the four must take responsibility for their actions.

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