(IEBC) Chairman Wafula Chebukati on Friday revealed what might happen to the commission’s CEO Ezra Chiloba on the off chance that he is discovered liable of the allegations held against him.
Tending to columnists at the IEBC Anniversary Tower workplaces, Chebukati noted: “If the CEO is discovered liable, he will be subjected to disciplinary procedures in agreement to the commission’s human asset strategy and the law. Which incorporates a reasonable hearing.”
He additionally expressed that the review report will advise the commission’s next reason for activity and their way forward.
Talking on the suspension of his CEO, Chebukati affirmed: “The suspension was to clear route for money related review and responsibility as moored in the law.”
He noticed that the citizens need to know how entireties of cash were abused amid and after the August 2017 general decision.
Chebukati additionally rejected cases expressed by the three chiefs who surrendered on Monday, that he isn’t furnishing the commission with legitimate initiative.
“Supposition that the commission has ganged up against any official is deceiving and just looks to occupy center around the main problems influencing the commission,” shouted Chebukati.
IEBC Vice Chair Consolata Maina and magistrates Margaret Mwachanya and Paul Kurgat surrendered on Monday refering to that Chebukati neglected to give appropriate authority.
“The Commission Chair has neglected to be the unfaltering and stable hand that cows the ship in troublesome circumstances and gives bearings when required,” announced the authorities.
The Commission seat who was in the organization of the two outstanding officers, Abdi Guliye and Boya Molu, included that the commission is made by the law and should, thusly, be offered time to settle its debate.