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The People Cherera Consulted Before Resigning As IEBC Commissioner.

Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission vice chairperson Juliana Cherera has quit the office even as the tribunal formed to investigate her alongside her 3 colleagues; Nyang'aya, Wanderi, and Masit is yet to begin its sittings.

In a letter dated 5, December, 2022 and addressed to president Wiliam Ruto through the Head of Public Service Felix Koskei, the embattled commissioner noted that her stay at IEBC was no longer tenable.

Cherera revealed that she conssulted her family and her lawyers who were handling the issue who gave her a go ahead to quit the office.

"After careful consideration of the current events at the commission and with consultations with my family and lawyers, I accept that my stay at the commission is no longer tenable and therefore choose to vacate" Read part of the letter by Cherera.

Cherera's resignation follows that of Justus Nyang'aya who became the first commissioner to resign after they were suspended by President Wiliam Ruto following the recommendations by the Justice and Legal Committee.


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