Saturday, 25 June 2016

Upinzani umeweza kuitikisa Serikali ya Uhuru Kenyatta

CORD leader Raila Odinga now says reforms in the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission IEBC are inevitable and urged the electoral body commissioners to read the signs and resign. Speaking in Malindi during the homecoming of Kilifi Women Representative Aisha Jumwa, one of the legislators out on bail over hate speech allegations, Raila the opposition has its team ready for negotiations

authoritatively report that the fate of the joint parliamentary committee selected to unlock the stalemate over IEBC reforms, now hangs in the balance after reports emerged that four commissioners have already tendered their resignations and are awaiting the president's approval.
KEnya election commissioners are ready to resigns

s the clamour for the reform of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission continues with the government and the opposition having agreed to form a select committee to begin looking at the contentious issues,IEBC commissioners continue to carry out their duties as they prepare for the next general elections.

A group led by CEO Ezra Chiloba, vice chair Lilian Mahiri -Zaja and other commissioners met parliaments committee on delegated legislation in Mombasa to iron issues issues relating to the budget and how much has been allocated to various areas in preparations for the upcoming 2017 elections.

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