Peter Kenneth’s open letter to Issack Hassan


The country continues to deliberate on the way forward over the current troubles facing the national electoral agency (IEBC), with CORD and Jubilee Coalitions trying to find a better way to solve the stalemate through dialogue.

However, pressure continues to mount on the IEBC and its commissioners to exit office, with the recent voice coming from former 2013 presidential candidate and Gatanga MP Peter Kenneth.

Kenneth wrote an open letter to IEBC chairman Issack Hassan and the commissioners, asking them to exit office, to prevent bloodshed, economic sabotage, injuries resulted by political differences.

Here is the letter;

  • “It’s time
    It’s time for you to step down and let the country move forward, how many more people shall die, get injured, businesses destroyed?

There are serious doubts over IEBC’s ability to preside over a free election in this country, without the results being clouded with doubts.

It you have not noticed the political debate is no longer about whether you will leave but the mechanics of your exit and how to replace you.

Forget the politics; forget the protests-the ultimate truth is your exit is already a foregone conclusion. It is a matter of when not if.

Do the honourable thing. EXIT
Save the government the tear gas and the bullets; save the protesters the energy and tears and the country the pointless drama.

Do the honourable thing. EXIT
Put country first; The country is Greater.”


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