Juliana Cherera : Stop circulating my photos online
Autonomous Electoral and Boundaries Commission bad habit administrator Juliana Cherera has encouraged Kenyans to quit sharing photographs of her with Azimio la Umoja pioneers via virtual entertainment.
Taking to her Twitter handle on Wednesday, August 17, Cherera said it was out of line for Kenyans to customize issues. Cherera said that sharing the photographs won’t change the stand of the four contradicting IEBC magistrates on the situation with the official outcomes.
“My partners and I have shown abnormalities in the Presidential counting process. Customizing issues is ridiculous. Photographs of me releasing obligations in my past position don’t have anything to do with the realities we have uncovered,” Cherera said.
. Opinions by the IEBC chief came after photographs of her with some Azimio pioneers surfaced on the web, day after Commissioners Disputed Results, Cherera photographs with Raila surface In one of the photographs.
Cherera is seen standing near the Azimio la Umoja official up-and-comer Raila Odinga in what showed up as the workplace of the legislative leader of Mombasa. In another photograph shared on the web, Cherera is seen along with the active Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho.
As per her profile, Cherera recently filled in as CEO of the Strategic Delivery Unit in the Mombasa County Government
Cherera, along with three different chiefs from the IEBC, questioned the official outcomes that were delivered by Wafula Chebukati.
In their proclamation at the Serena Hotel on Tuesday, August 16, the IEBC bad habit executive said that the all out collection of each official competitor’s rates had a numerical ludicrousness.
In the presser, they claimed the all out percent surpassed the 100 percent mark, adding the 0.01% means 142,000 votes, which affected the last official outcomes.
“The conglomeration of the rates of the outcomes scored by the four official applicants as proclaimed by Chebukati introduced to us, are numerical ridiculousness,” the IEBC administrator said.