Lawyers representing former Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission deputy chairperson and commissioner Juliana Cherera have now accused the tribunal set up by President William Ruto of introducing foreign evidence into the trial.
Lawyers led by Apollon Mboya accused the tribunal of presenting new evidence that was not part of the evidence given to the Justice and Legal Committee.
The new evidence includes a video of a closed-door meeting between former presidential candidate Azimio Raila Odinga and former IEBC deputy chairman Juliana Cherera. The video will be used if Cherera appears in court.
The tribunal said it would continue the process of summoning and investigating the four commissioners as the resignations were not sent by letter.
Only Commissioner Irene Masit spoke her mind and said she will face the tribunal to show Kenyans that she did nothing wrong against her oath. She remains the only embattled commissioner who hasn’t resigned as Cherera, Francis Wanderi and Justus Nyangaya have resigned.