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Millicent Omanga: I Beg Ruto To Understand That I Will Lose My House and Cars If I Oppose Uhuru



Millicent Omanga: I Beg Ruto To Understand That I Will Lose My House and Cars If I Oppose Uhuru


Nominated senator Millicent Omanga

Tangatanga Senator Millicent Omanga has once again done the unexpected. Omanga has begged the deputy party leader to understand her change of mind. She fears losing her lavish lifestyle after a scare of expulsion from her Jubilee party.

A report seen by the Kenyan Digest indicated that the embattled Jubilee nominated Senator has signed for the removal of Senate Deputy Speaker Kithure Kindiki.

In a report by the PD, Senator Omanga was number 18 when signing for the ouster of her fellow Tangatanga team member.


The move by Senator Omanga could be attributed to the looming expulsion she faces together with four other senators for boycotting a Senate PG group meeting.

She is ostensibly trying to impress the party by signing the ouster of her fellow Tangatanga member perhaps to show the party that she has torn the line.

The other senators facing expulsion include; Falhada Dekow Iman, Naomi Jillo Waqo, Victor Prengei, Mary Seneta Yiane.

Besides, the rest of the aforementioned Senators facing expulsion have also signed the ouster Senator Kindiki.

The impeachment notice of Senator Kindiki was filed on Tuesday by the Jubilee Party majority whip Senator Irungu Kang’ata.

“I beg to move that this House resolves to remove from the office of the Deputy Speaker of Senate, Prof Kindiki,” stated the motion by Kang’ata.

The looming impeachment of Senator Kindiki comes after he refused to attend a Jubilee Party Senate Parliamentary Group meeting sanctioned by President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday last week.

The Tharaka Nithi Senator is also accused of failing to write a letter explaining his absence.

The impeachment motion is a continuation of Uhuru’s onslaught against allies of his deputy William Ruto as it comes hot on the heels of the dramatic ouster of Murkomen and Nakuru’s Susan Kihika as Majority leader and Majority Whip respectively, last week.