Editor's Review

Juliana Cherera and Justus Nyang'aya have resigned leaving only commissioners Irene Masit and Francis Wanderi at the mercy of the tribunal.

Suna East MP Junet Mohamed has fired back at President William Ruto over his requests to Kenyans on the need to rely on courts in solving certain disputes.

Junet who took to his Twitter hand to seemingly dismiss the president's call raised concerns on how the courts have been handling cases involving four IEBC Commissioners who disowned results announced by IEBC chair Wafula Chebukati.

Junet said defeats the logic of how courts could issue the same ruling on cases issued by the four IEBC commissioners.

"Mtukufu Rais today advised us to go to court if we are agrieved. I wish to inform him that FIVE cases were filled by lawyers of The Cherera group in different courts and all the judges in those courts gave the same date for the hearing. 14th of Dec. Who is micro-managing the courts?" Junet possed.

Embattled IEBC Commissioners. PHOTO | FILE

His statement in a tweet on Monday was in response to President William Ruto's challenge for Azimio to seek redress in the court over the ouster process of the commissioners instead of resorting to protests.

Azimio is up in arms with President William Ruto over the removal from office of the four commissioners, a process they have termed as punitive.

Already, vice chair Juliana Cherera and commissioner Justus Nyang'aya have resigned leaving Irene Masit and Francis Wanderi at the mercy of a tribunal formed by Ruto to determine their fate.