Video Clip of Cherera and Raila Meeting that Forced Cherera to Resign Before JLAC Verdict Emerges
Former IEBC Vice-Chairperson Juliana Cherera on Monday,5, tendered her resignation letter to President William Ruto from the electoral body. Cherera and three other commissioners, Irene Masit, Francis Wanderi and Justus Nyang'anya are being investigated after Ruto ordered National Assembly Justice and Legal Affairs Committee to investigate them over gross misconduct and abuse of office during August general elections.
IEBC Boss Wafula Chebukati, Marjan, Guliye and Molu Set to Testify Against Embattled Cherera-4
Embattled IEBC commissioners now commonly known as Cherera-4, Vice-Chairperson Juliana Cherera,Irene Masit, Francis Wanderi and Justus Nyang'anya are getting it more tough after new evidence Emerges. The Justice and Legal Affairs Committee which is probing their conduct during the 2022 General elections is expected to receive testimonies from the other IEBC seniors led by the chairman Wafula Chebukati.
More Details Emerge of JLAC New Foreign Evidence that Forced Three of Cherera-four to Resign
Justice and Legal Affairs Committee investigated the conduct of four disserting Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission commissioners is facing crisis following resignation of three commissioners. Juliana Cherera, Francis Wanderi and Justus Nyang'anya have already called it quit while Irene Masit is determined to appear before JLAC in order to clear her name.
Speaker Wetangula Issues A New Directive On Ruto's Constitutional Amendments
National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula has now directed three House Committees to follow up on the proposed changes of the constitution by President William Ruto. In a statement via The Standard on Twitter, the Speaker directed the Justice and Legal Affairs Committee (JLAC) to look into the proposed amendments of the creation of the Office of Opposition Leader and implementation of the two thirds gender rule.
Azimio MP Reveals Why Their Camp Gave Kenya Kwanza MPs an Easy Ride in Endorsing JLAC Report
Few days after the National Assembly endorsed the report by the Justice and Legal Affairs Committee, concerning the four commissioners of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, details have emerged on why and how the Kenya Kwanza MPs had an easy ride in endorsing the report. According to a publication by the Sunday Nation, the debate on the JLAC report was to take place among the last businesses of the day, and that did not sit well with the Azimio MPs, most of who left the session ready for their December recess before the debate on the report ended.
Azimio Senator Claims Why The Fate of 'Cherera 4' is Sealed Even After Two Commissioners Resigned
The decision by the IEBC vice chair Juliana Cherera, and Commissioner Justus Nyang'aya to resign from the poll agency has attracted different views on what awaits them after President William Ruto formed a tribunal to probe them alongside Irene Masit and Francis Wanderi. Some lawyers and political experts claim that Cherera and Nyang'aya have an advantage since they will not face the tribunal, but others claim that the tribunal might launch an inquiry even after their resignation, and thus they are not yet off the hook.
KKA MP Spills Beans About What Maraga Did To Uhuru Kenyatta That Koome Will Soon Do To Ruto
Justice and Legal Affairs Committee (JLAC) Chair George Gitonga Murugara has spoken out about what Chief Justice Martha Koome plans to do to President William Ruto in the near future. The DP candidate for Tharaka's seat in the National Assembly has told The Nation in an interview that Supreme Court Chief Justice David Maraga plans to write to President William Ruto.
Junet Alleges How Ruto Is Offering Money To Aggrey Muchelule & Cherera 4 Tribunal Members To Resign
Suna east constituency member of the national assembly Hon Junet Mohamed is now claiming that president William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza administration is allegedly offering money to justice Aggrey Muchelule and other tribunal members to resign. In a social media message, Junet, who made the allegations without providing any meaningful evidence, alleged that the Ruto team is trying to bribe the Aggrey Muchelule led team to resign from office barely few days after being sworn into office.
Inside Strike Within Azimio That Made It Easy For Ruto To Succeed In His Plans Against Cherera Four
Differences and fallout within Raila's Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya coalition party is far from ending after it emerged that a number of the members of Parliament elected on the Coalition’s party ticket are currently on strike. Raila Addressing Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya coalition party MPs in a past Parliamentary group meeting.
Junet Claims Ruto is Enticing ‘IEBC 4’ to Resign With Money, Alleges How He Framed Their Petition
The minority whip who is the member of parliament for Suna East has claimed that president Ruto is now enticing the IEBC commissioners with money to resign. His remarks comes after two out of the four IEBC Commissioners who disowned presidential results announced by Wafula Chebukati in the previous election have resigned.
JUST IN; Junet Mohamed Finally Alleges Why Cherera And Justus Nyang'aya Resigned From IEBC
Raila Odinga's key ally, Junet Mohamed has finally broken silence on why he thinks IEBC Vice Chair, Juliana Cherera and Commissioner, Justus Nyang'aya resigned from their roles in the Electoral Commission. The two tendered their resignation letters to President William Ruto days after a tribunal was formed to investigate their conduct during the concluded Presidential election.
IEBC Insider Alleges What Cherera, 2 Other Commissioners are expected to Do Ahead of Tribunal Hearing
Days after the four IEBC commissioners dubbed Cherera four were suspended from office over alleged misconduct in the just concluded General elections. To pave the way for investigation by the tribunal as ordered by President Ruto. One of the commissioners, Nyang'aya tendered his resignation as the 3 others led by embattled IEBC Vice Chairperson, Juliana Cherera's next move remains unknown.
JUST IN: Wetangula Directs 3 MPs Committees To Conduct Public Hearings On Official Opposition Office
Speaker of the National Assembly, Moses Wetangula, has directed three House Committees to conduct public participation hearings on President William Ruto's legislative proposals. These proposals include setting the official opposition, and introducing a gender formula as two of its top priorities. In his communication to MPs, Wetangula stated that the Justice and Legal Affairs Committee (JLAC) chaired by Tharaka MP Gitonga Murugara should consider President's proposal for the implementation of the Two-Thirds Gender Rule and the establishment of a position of Leader of Official Opposition, as well as parliamentary oversight of the Executive.
Sëe What Miguna Mîguna Said About Cherera Following her Resignation from IEBC
The woes of the four IEBC commissioners popularly referred to as Cherera four got to another level high after the president former a taskforce to investigate their conduct and recommend the action to be taken against them. This comes after the four failed to appear before the JLAC committee that was formed by Parliament to hear their petition.
Analyst Claims What Raila Does Not Want 'Cherera 3' to do After Ruto Formed a Tribunal to Probe Them
Governance Expert Peter Mbae now claims that the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga is putting pressure to President William Ruto to stop the ouster of the three commissioners of IEBC; Juliana Cherera, Francis Wanderi and Irene Masit after Justus Nyang'aya resigned because he is fearful they might spill 'the real beans.'
"Ruto Did Not Petition Against 'Cherera 4,' CS Aisha Jumwa Defends The President in-front of Raila
Public Service and Gender Cabinet Secretary Aisha Jumwa has come out to defend President William Ruto against criticism from the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance camp led by Raila Odinga over the removal of 4 IEBC Commissioners. Raila was opposed to the ouster of the 4; Juliana Cherera, Irene Masit, Justus Nyang'aya and Francis Wanderi after they distanced themselves from Ruto's win.
President Ruto Informed On What Will Happen Soon Should Raila Succeed In His Latest Political Move
Hon. George Murugara, a parliamentarian from Tharaka Town and a crucial ally of President William Ruto, informed the head of state today that if Raila and his group continue to incite Kenyans against new attempts to amend the Constitution of Kenya 2010, the JLAC members will abandon the idea of creating the position of the official opposition leader.
Wetangula Orders Public Hearing on Official Opposition Office by Three MP Committees
Moses Wetangula, the speaker of the National Assembly, announced that three House Committees would hold hearings with the public to discuss President William Ruto's legislative proposals. To create the formal opposition and implement a gender formula are two of its main goals. Wetangula proposed that the Justice and Legal Affairs Committee (JLAC), which is presided by by Tharaka MP Gitonga Murugara, take into account the leadership of the Official Opposition and the application of the Two-Thirds Gender Rule, as well as parliamentary oversight of the Executive.
"Cherera Na Wenzake Hawana Makosa" Raila Says In Kilifi County As He Criticizes Ruto's Hustler Fund
After President William Ruto suspended the four commissioners of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), the leader of the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance, Raila Odinga, once defended them. After the Justice and Legal Affairs Committee (JLAC) recommended that Ruto suspend the four, Justus Nyang'aya, Irene Masit, Francis Wanderi, and Juliana Cherera, the commissioners had not responded to four petitions calling for their removal.
Junet Mohamed Makes a Damning Allegation on The CJ and KK MPs
Hon. Junet Mohamed, a Suna-East member, has made serious accusations against Chief Justice Martha Koome and the Kenyan Union Government. In response to the resignations of Deputy Chairperson Juliana Cherera and IEBC Commissioner Justus Nyang'aya, Junet made a statement. President William Ruto has established a tribunal to investigate the actions of the "Cherera Quartet," who are thought to have cheated in the most recent presidential election.