http://mobile.nation.co.ke/news/Tobiko- ... index.html“I write therefore and pursuant to the provisions of Article 157 (4) of the Constitution… of the Elections Offences Act 2017 to direct and require you to, undertake jointly thorough, comprehensive and expeditious investigations into the irregularities and illegalities found by the Supreme Court to have been committed by the IEBC in relations to the presidential elections with a view of establishing whether electoral and or other criminal offences may have been committed by the IEBC officials,” he said.
Its good to see that Tobiko kept his word about IEBC investigations after the SC ruling. Progress for the country, transparency and credibility can be strengthened. EACC has also been making some forward looking statements on how some candidates were cleared against their recommendations, things are starting to move in the right direction. The SC ruling may be a turning point for Kenya in politics and governance and ultimately corruption. The ground is ready for all people who want to see things done the right way