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Kieleweke Will Team Up To Impeach DP Ruto Before He Loots Everything

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Suna East Member of Parliament Junet Mohamed has said that the Kielweke team will present a bill in parliament to impeach DP.

       


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He
said that the corruption allegations are too much and DP must resign or get
impeached. These sentiments are coming after the office of the Deputy President
was mentioned in a fake military arms deal worth Sh39 Billion.

“We
must fix this nation; DP Ruto cannot go looting everything. One day we will
remain with nothing. Every time corruption is mentioned, DP Ruto is also in the
mess. We are going to team up to send him home.” Junet Said

       


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The proponents of the Motion to impeach Deputy President
William Ruto face a herculean task to push through their agenda, given the high
threshold the Constitution places to remove one from office through the
process.

Though Junet Mohamed has insisted that he is within their
constitutional right to push Ruto out of office through impeachment, a look at
the Constitutional requirements and the current political alliances in
Parliament paints a picture of a likely exercise in futility.

       


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However, legislators allied to Dr Ruto
dared Orengo and those in support of the impeachment plot to make true their
threats, vowing to “embarrass” the move on the floor of the House.

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Speaking to the Daily Nation, the group
stated that they would move swiftly to impeach the DP over claims that he was
involved in all the coruuption allegations.

       


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“We are firmly behind the President and
Mr Odinga. You can’t fight both of them and expect to win. We will remove DP
Ruto from office before he removes the president, he is even more corrupt. ”
Fafi MP Abdikarim Osman stated.

His sentiments were echoed by several other
legislators who have been vocal in their support of Uhuru’s handshake deal with
former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.

       


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