Last week, Elgeyo Marakwet County Assembly, joined Baringo and Uasin Gishu counties in shutting down the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) draft bill that is seeking to amend the new constitution of 2010 through a referendum.
The Jubilee party, through it's Secretary General (SG) Hon. Raphael Tuju, sent show cause disciplinary letters to four nominated MCAs who voted against the BBI bill. The four lawmamkers are Neddy Kiptoo, Winnie Kanda, Lornah Tanui and Evarlyne Kiptoo.
The letter dated 3rd March, expects the MCAs to appear before the Jubilee disciplinary action within a span of one week. The letter was received by the speaker of Elgeyo Marakwet county assembly Hon. Philemon Sabulei. The four MCAs are accused of violating the party code of conduct and gross misconduct.
In conclusion, the Jubilee party has continued to crack the whip to the errant leaders who violate the party code of conduct, recently, Six nominated senators were expelled by Jubilee party for violating the party rules.
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