IEBC responds to Raila’s withdrawal from repeat election
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has responded to queries from curious Kenyans on the fate of the repeat presidential election after the withdrawal of opposition leader Raila Odinga.
The electoral commission, in a tweet posted Tuesday evening, said its commissioners had retreated into a closed door meeting with its legal team to ponder on the consequences of Mr Odinga’s withdrawal.
The commission will thereafter communicate the way forward.
Following the withdrawal of the NASA presidential candidate, the Commission and the legal team are meeting and will communicate way forward.
— IEBC (@IEBCKenya) October 10, 2017
This is what KOT had to say.
Just rush over it. You’re in for a constitutional conundrum
— ShadrachTJOMONDI (@OmondiShadrach) October 10, 2017
Very tough times ahead
— Oduol Aluoch Victor (@_gneiss) October 10, 2017
Hahahaha Baba keeps cornering you every damn time!
— BitKoin™ (@Zedadd) October 10, 2017
Declare Uhuru as the President elect!!!
— JOSEPH MUGO (@ARSENEMUGO) October 10, 2017
You are in a tough spot. You can’t pick & choose which paragraphs of the SCOK 2013 ruling to comply with. We’re watching
— His Excellency Rais (@raiswakesho) October 10, 2017
The way forward is secession….
— Leftist (@dominic7owino) October 10, 2017
Let make the work easier, give us the swearing in date tomorrow.
— DAUDI (@ItsDaudi) October 10, 2017