Header Ads

#PresidentialResultsRuling : Devolution CS Mwangi Kiunjuri "politically stranded" as Jubilee and IEBC official distanced themselves on constituency tallying row.

Devolution CS Mwangi Kiunjuri photo in Turkana. PHOTO | File

The Devolution Cabinet Secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri found himself in a crossroad after the Jubilee party officials distanced themselves on the IEBC appeal over constituency tallying case file.



Kiunjuri said that the Jubilee and the IEBC will partner and appeal again until they win the case.



"We as Jubilee will not accept the Court of Appeal ruling," he told residents in Turkana on Saturday.



He said the ruling will trigger confusion, which would lead to chaos after the polls.



He said it would be almost impossible to ensure that all constituency officers remain unbiased, adding that the court had not assessed the consequences of not allowing the IEBC chair to be the one to announce the final presidential polls results.



"If county returning officers work under instructions from either Jubilee or NASA and announce different results, the IEBC will have no mandate to verify and alter them,” the CS said.



The IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati has distanced himself from the CS talk saying that IEBC will not go to the court and they were satisfied with the ruling and are now concentrating on other activities as just a month close to the elections.
Powered by Blogger.