Resign or we force you out, Jubilee MP tells IEBC
16 March 2016, 08:03
Nairobi - A Jubilee MP has told IEBC commissioners to resign voluntarily or be forced out of office by Parliament.
Gilgil MP, Nderitu Mathenge said that Kenyans and the government have lost faith in the current IEBC.
Mathenge said that it will be wise for IEBC commissioners to resign voluntarily before the next year's polls or Parliament will send them home.
Speaking Tuesday in Nakuru town, Mathenge said that IEBC under the leadership of Isaack Hassan lacks the integrity to supervise a fair and free election.
"The current set up of IEBC cannot be trusted to oversee a free and fair election," said Macharia.
He added: "With what happened in Malindi and the 2017 expected to be a hot contest, it's clear that IEBC cannot handle the election," Majority Leader Aden Duale has openly said.
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