• On Friday, President William Ruto suspended the embattled IEBC commissioners and appointed High Court Judge Aggrey Muchelule to chair a tribunal that will investigate them.
• After probing, the tribunal will prepare and submit a report and its recommendations.
Dagoretti South MP John Kiarie has said that the tribunal should proceed to probe the embattled IEBC Four even if two commissioners resigned.
Speaking on Tuesday, Kiarie said that the constitution provides is clear on how one ascends and can be removed from an independent office.
"The four commissioners are resigning because they know the facts that led us to where we are and the people behind them. The tribunal should go ahead with the inquiry even if the commissioners resign," he said.
On Friday, President William Ruto suspended the commissioners and appointed High Court Judge Aggrey Muchelule to chair a tribunal that will investigate them.
The tribunal's appointment follows a report by Parliament recommending the same.
After probing, the tribunal will prepare and submit a report and its recommendations.
The four are vice chairperson Juliana Cherera and commissioners Justus Nyang’aya, Francis Wanderi and Irene Masit.
IEBC vice chairperson Cherera and Nyang’aya have since resigned from their positions at the electoral body.
However, commissioners Wanderi and Masit are yet to resign.
Nyang'aya resigned immediately after the gazette notice on their suspension was released, saying his decision was in the best interest of the country.
Cherera on Monday wrote to Ruto, notifying him of her resignation from the electoral agency.
"It is with immense woe that today I tender my resignation as commissioner and vice chairperson of Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission," reads the letter .