Political analyst Charles Wasonga, has left netizens talking on different social media platforms. This is after he alleged what might happen to IEBC, if Cherera and her four will be removed from office.
According to Wasonga, IEBC will fail totally since the four have been playing important role in IEBC as far as conducting election is concerned.
Now, this news concerning Wasonga saying that IEBC will fail if Cherera and three other officials will be removed from office, has gone viral on different social media platforms where by, it’s sparking mixed reactions currently.
Many are out to say that Cherera should be forgiven while, others out to ask Wachira why he thinks IEBC will fail without Cherera and other three officials at the same time.
Anyway, so you agree with Wachira’s allegations on what might to IEBC? Share your thoughts as you share this news to your friends.
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