We must do our bit- Tribunal still on Cherera 4 as Chebukati 3 files their affidavits.
Regardless of their resignations, the Parliamentary tribunal has maintained that the rule of law must reign.
Over the week, Justus Nyang’aya, Juliane Cherera and Francis Wanderi resigned from the IEBC committee.
However, the Chebukati 3( Abdi Guliye, Moya Bolu and The key witness, Wafula Chebukati) are expected to testify in front of the tribunal as from next week.
The tribunal stated,”There are no orders the High Court has given, and if that is given, we will oblige without question. We must do our bit.”
Earlier, the Chebukati three accused the remaining 4 , for demanding for the modification of presidential results.
Guliye in his affidavit highlighted that the deputy commissioner, Juliane Cherera stated that the margin is not too big therefore, making room for modification of results.
Guliye stated,”CEO Hussein Marjan walked into the boardroom with the final results and handed over a copy to each Commissioner. A debate ensued. Four Commissioners, Cherera, Nyang’aya, Masit and Wanderi, protested and insisted that the results should be changed in light of the National Security Council (NSAC) delegation’s communication.”
“Cherera suggested that the margin is not too big and could be manipulated by moving 233,211 votes from Ruto to the rejected ballots category. When my turn to speak came, I told the Commissioners that I would not be a party to a scheme to sabotage the will of the people,” Guliye added.