Relief To Juliana Cherera And The Team As Fresh Bid To Save Them is Initiated
New details has today emerged as Philemon Munjuri, Godfrey Kinoti and Joshua Mwirigi all from Meru County filed the petition at the High Court. The three want conservatory orders stopping the tribunal formed to investigate the commissioners from executing its mandate. The four, Juliana Cherera, Irene Masit, Justus Nyang'aya and Francis Wanderi will know their fate on Wednesday, December 14.
3 People Take Ruto To Court, What They Want Revealed
His Excellency President William Ruto has been handed morning bad news regarding the four ‘rebel' IEBC Commissioners whom he recently suspended. According to reports, three residents from Meru county have decided to take the Head of State to Court, seeking to stop the tribunal he (President Ruto) appointed to investigate the conduct of the 4 commissioners, Vice Chairperson Juliana Cherera (resigned), Francis Wanderi, Irene Masit and Justus Nyang'aya (resigned) from kicking off its hearings.
Three Mount Kenya Residents Out To Save Cherera And Her Colleagues
Three Meru County residents; Godfrey Kinoti, Joshua Mwirigi, and Philemon Munjuri, have moved to court to block the Ouster of embattled IEBC Commissioners Juliana Cherera, Justus Nyang’aya, Wamderi, and Masit. They filled a petition at the Meru High seeking to block the implementation of the special gazette no.
3 Residents Of Meru Have Gone to Court To Stop The Tribunal Formed By Ruto To Investigate IEBC Four
Three residents of Meru have gone to High court seeking to stop the tribunal formed to investigate four Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commissioners who protested during presidential election. Philemon Kiogora, Godfrey Kinoti and Joshua Mwirigi, through their lawyer Kiogora Mugambi, have challenged the mandate given to the tribunal set up to investigate the conduct of the IEBC vice Chairperson Juliana Cherera and the other three Commissioners.
Hope For Cherera And Team After What Three Men Have Told a Judge in Meru
The four embattled IEBC commissioners have been included in another case, which seeks to save them from a probe into their conduct. The four, two of whom have since resigned, were formally suspended by President William Ruto on Friday, regarding their actions after August polls.
Sigh Of Relief To Cherera 4 As New Petition Is Initiated To Block Their Ouster
Embattled Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) commissioners have gained a glimmer of hope after a petition to prevent their removal was deemed urgent. Meru County residents Philemon Munjuri, Godfrey Kinoti, and Joshua Mwirigi filed the petition in the High Court. The three-wish conservatory orders prevent the tribunal established to investigate the commissioners from carrying out its mandate.
Reprieve For Cherera 4 As Petition Filed By These 3 People Challenging IEBC's Cherera 4 Ouster
An urgent petition to prevent their removal has given the commissioners of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) some optimism. The petition was submitted to the High Court by three Meru County residents, Philemon Munjuri, Godfrey Kinoti, and Joshua Mwirigi. The panel established to look into the commissioners is unable to carry out its duty due to the three-want conservatory rulings.
Cherera Four savior? Three Mount Kenya residents are out to save the suspended IEBC commissioners
Three Meru residents have filed a lawsuit in an effort to prevent the tribunal established to look into the actions of four IEBC commissioners during the August elections from beginning its hearings. They are asking the court to issue conservatory orders preventing the implementation of special gazette no. 14890, which announced President William Ruto's appointment of the tribunal on December 2, 202 2.
Cherera, Masit Oppose Inclusion In Case Against Tribunal Appointed By President Ruto
Juliana Cherera, a former vice chair of the IEBC, and Irene Masit, a troubled commissioner, have opposed their inclusion in a petition to halt the work of a tribunal appointed by President William Ruto to investigate allegations of gross violation of the Constitution against them. Cherera and Masit informed Meru High Court Judge Edward Muriithi, through their attorneys Donald Kipkorir and Apollo Mboya, that they were concentrating on a similar case filed in Nairobi.