Following the recent call by some of the Raila's allies to impeach Wafula Chebukati ahead of the 2022 polls, the Catholic bishops have come together for his rescue after they warned Mr Odinga against his moves.
The catholic bishops have opposed the move to impeach Wafula Chebukati. According to the men of the cloth, any further attempts to reconstitute the electoral body at the moment would derail the upcoming elections.
The Catholic bishops further urged the former prime minister to shelve off his plans to move Wafula Chebukati out of the party.
They further added that the former prime minister allies should give the IEBC chair an opportunity to execute his mandate. The ongoing exchanges on the push to remove the IEBC Chairman and three other commissioners is unhealthy and risks derailing the process of holding free and fair general elections in August 2022,” they said.
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