Nick Salat, the Secretary-General of the Kanu Party, has been suspended.
According to reports, the party suspended the long-serving Secretary General for allegedly violating the Party Constitution.
Kanu said in a statement on Thursday that a disciplinary committee has been formed to investigate him and make recommendations within 30 days. This comes as some Kanu party officials, including Nick Salat and Moi's PA Chelang'a, have been implicated in the removal of the four IEBC commissioners.
Rafael Tuju, former Jubilee party secretary general, and KANU's Nick Salat are among those accused of visiting the apartments.
Salat lost his bid for the Bomet East Parliamentary seat in the August 9 elections. Salat was defeated in the polls on Tuesday, August 9, by Richard Yegon of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
Yegon received 35,431 votes to win the seat, with Salat receiving 13,425 votes. Kalya John Kipkoech, a member of the Chama Cha Mashinani (CCM) party, finished third with 987 votes.
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