Garissa Township Member of Parliament elect, Aden Duale has called for the dismissal of the four Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission (IEBC) commissioners who refused to take ownership of chairman Wafula Chebukati.
This is after the Supreme Court on Monday led by Chief Justice Martha Koome upheld William Ruto’s results as president-elect.
Duale also questioned how the four commissioners had suddenly shifted and opted to back the IEBC Chairperson’s remark that the elections on August 9 were free and fair.
“The four commissioners purported all of a sudden to support the statement by the IEBC Chairperson that the August 9 elections were free and fair. They further stated that they would respect the decision of the Supreme Court to uphold the presidential election results!” said Duale.
Duale contends that it is also questionable that they did not relent in filing pleadings and reams of paragraphs in fabricated Affidavits alleging and lying about how the results were unverified and never approved, and thus begged, prayed, and forever prayed that the Supreme Court would annul the elections.
He described their statement as an insult to the Kenyan people and warned that their attempt to subvert the will of the Kenyan people by fabrications ought not to be taken lightly.
“Article 251 of the Constitution which provides the removal of commissioners on grounds of gross violation of the Law… This is the music they must face,” Duale said.