DPP Haji told to arrest and charge these 2 IEBC bosses

Pressure piles on IEBC commissioners

According to the lawyer, the 2 commissioners who publicly resigned in April only to return to their offices yesterday had violated “The Leadership & Integrity Act, Cap 182 & Chapter 6 Of The Constitution”.

Kipkorir noted that their decision to resume work is not only corruption, but also criminal.

Meanwhile, Nelson Havi who was part of NASA’s legal team in the last electioneering period has called on the public to arrest the commissioners should they appear at IEBC offices located at Anniversary towers.

Havi stated that the “IEBC Commissioners who resigned did so in writing and in public”.

Mwachanya and Maina announced their resignation alongside Paul Kurgat at a press conference in April,stating that they had no faith in chairman Wafula Chebukati and his leadership.

This comes after IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati ordered for the doors to their offices to be replaced with immediate effect.

On Friday, the two turned up for work with their security details on tow in unclear circumstances.

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