Roselyn Akombe’s first comment after IEBC Commissioners resigned

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Ms. Akombe has been silent on the unfolding at the IEBC after her unceremonious resignation days to the October 26 fresh presidential election.

She mentioned that her employer, the United Nations, asked her to refrain from commenting to the press about the political situation in the country.

“Yes, I’m back at my old job but I’m prohibited from talking to the press. This was contained in the new contract I signed recently,” she told the Nation last year.

Akombe's comment

On Monday however, Ms. Akombe felt the urge of replying to a tweet she was tagged in.

After the exit of commissioners Consolata Nkatha Maina, Paul Kurgat and Margaret Mwachanya Kenyans on Twitter remembered Akombe and praised her for resigning when she felt things were not right at the electoral body.

When one tweet posted:

Akombe replied saying:

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