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Jubilee MPs Kimani Ngunjiri, Oscar Sudi confirm they wont attend PG




– The legislators said Uhuru scolded and disrespected them in the last State House PG meeting

– MP Sudi said the president as the leader of Jubilee had failed and dishonoured the members

– MP Kimani Ngunjiri said the head of state was free to do what he wanted but he maintained he would not attend the meeting

Tanga Tanga MPs Kimani Ngunjiri and Oscar Sudi have firmly stated that they will not attend the Jubilee Parliamentary Group (PG) meeting set for tomorrow morning, Monday, June 22.

The legislators said they had personal reasons which included the way President Uhuru Kenyatta treated them in the last State House PG meeting.

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Defiant Jubilee Party MPs Kimani Ngunjiri, Oscar Sudi confirm they won't attend Uhuru's meeting

Oscar Sudi said Uhuru had failed as the leader of Jubilee. Photo: Oscar Sudi.
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Speaking to journalists earlier today, Sunday, June 22, Sudi said the president had clearly shown them that they were not stakeholders in his legacy and further accused Uhuru of disrespecting them.

“In every house, if the father cannot organise, the house will fall and we feel as if the father of Jubilee lost his way and that is why we will no go,” the Kapseret lawmaker said.

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Defiant Jubilee Party MPs Kimani Ngunjiri, Oscar Sudi confirm they won't attend Uhuru's meeting

Kimani Ngunjiri said Uhuru could do whatever he wanted. Photo: Kimani Ngunjiri.
Source: Facebook

On his part, the Bahati lawmaker, who does waste a moment to call out the Jubilee Party leader, said the head of state insulted them in the worst way possible in the last PG meeting.

“We went he insulted us. How can he abuse me with my mother? He absued us and we left,” Ngunjiri said.

The legislator said the president was free to do what he wanted but maintained he would not attend the meeting.

This came even as Jubilee vice chair David Murathe sounded a stern warning to party’s legislators and asked them not to dare snub upcoming parliamentary group meeting.


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Murathe said disciplinary action will be awaiting those who will fail to attend the PG meeting which observers speculate will lead to the ouster of Aden Duale as majority leader in the National Assembly.

Although the agenda of the meeting was not publicised, speculation has it that the meeting is meant to bring onboard parties that recently signed a post-election coalition with the Jubilee Party.

This was after the Kalonzo Musyoka-led party signed a cooperation agreement with the ruling party alongside Isaac Ruto’s Chama Cha Mashinani (CCM).

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