Embattled Ezra Chiloba was on Friday sacked as chief executive officer of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
In a statement, he said the outcome was predetermined and the process was a mere formality. Chiloba warned that the issues he faced will affect the next officer if not addressed.
He said the matter of his disciplinary process revealed a major governance crisis at the electoral agency.
“My employment termination should not be seen as an issue of my person but that of the holder of the office,” Chiloba said.
“I remain at hand to support any independent and objective review of the conduct of the 2017 General Election and all related matters.”
IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati had twice suspended the CEO, citing procurement malpractices ahead of the August and October 2017 elections.