The elections observers group told the president to forgive the Cherera four and sent him a message on what he should do regarding this matter.
Since this matter began last year, funds have been spent to allow this program to run smoothly. PIMAC, the elections observer group argued that this fund should be used by the president to undertake other initiatives.
“The President can consider forgiving the four commissioners and instead use the money used in inquiring into their 2022 electoral process activities to help needy families stricken with hunger and poverty," they said.
in addition, they sent a message to the president, advising him on how to deal with this matter. They told him to arrange a special meeting with the Cherera four, listen to them and forgive them. They also argued that the president and the first lady are religious and God-fearing, which means it is possible to forgive them.
Furthermore, they called on religious leaders in Kenya to lend them a hand in convincing the president to forgive the Cherera four.
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