"The Commission Chair has failed to be the steady and stable hand that steers the ship in hard times and gives directions when needed", they noted in a statement.
The resignations leave only two commissioners and the chairman at the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) which last week sent its chief executive on three months' compulsory leave pending an audit on procurement matters. "Instead, under his leadership the commission's boardroom has become a venue for peddling money, misinformation, grounds for brewing mistrust and a space for scrambling for individual glory and credit", said Ms. Mwachanya as she read the joint statement.
Vice-chairwoman consulate Nkatha is among those who resigned. The commission was frequently at the centre of controversy during Kenya's extended election season a year ago, in which around 100 people were killed.
The exit of Nkatha, Kurgat, and Mwachanya brings to four the number of Commissioners that have left IEBC. There are no longer good or bad commissioners at IEBC.
Hitherto, Employment and Labour Relations Court denied his request.
The first to quit was Roselyn Akombe who shocked many when she resigned just days to the repeat presidential poll and the suspension.
In a statement seen by TUKO.co.ke, Orengo demanded the disbandment of the entire commission since it has failed accountability, efficiency and accuracy tests as stipulated in the constitution.
"It would be prudent in the view of the court to have the full facts before issuing any orders", Justice Stephen Radido ruled while declining to issue ex-parte orders sought by Chiloba through his lawyer Andrew Wandabwa.
At a Press conference on Monday morning they further said external players had encroached on the commission's independence.
Technically, the Chebukati-led team can not conduct any business due to lack of quorum.
"We need a maximum of five commissioners. All of which are against the laid down laws that govern the conduct of the commission leadership and staff", they added.