Senator Cherargei is threatening to file a motion of No Confidence with the Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwi for misuse of office. According to Cheralgei, recent utterances by the said stage officer are against the constitution and code of conduct for a Cabinet secretary. He says that Mutahi Kagwe’s utterances on BBI warrant his removal from office.
An extract from Tuko News Kenya
Mutahi has been accused of politicking which is against the law. Last week he stated that even with the court’s decision the BBI document will sail through since it has the backing of the head of state and ODM leader Raila Odinga. This very statement seems to have rubbed a section of Ruto allies the wrong way.
However, the biggest dilemma for Cheralgei is whether he has the number to initiate the removal process of the said Cabinet secretary. Many await to see if he will make true his threat by introducing the motion in parliament. Do you support Cheralgei’s motion? Comment below.
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