In protest against the government's move to import ten million bags of maize into the country, Pokot South Member of Parliament David Pkosing is collecting signatures to warrant tabling of a motion to impeach the cabinet secretary responsible for Investment, Trade and Industry docket.
Since launching the signature collection exercise yesterday, the legislator had by the time of going to press collected a total of fifty three ( 53 ) signatures from MPs both from the Azimio coalition and the Kenya Kwanza camp who are supporting the impeachment of Moses Kuria from office.
Speaking to the media, the MP revealed that the signature collection exercise had attaracted a huge turnout of MPs who are in support of the motion and are willing to sign the petition.
With 53 signatures already collected, Pkosing is left with only one hundred and eighty ( 180 ) signatures to collect to warrant the tabling of the impeachment motion of CS Kuria in the National Assembly.
As the signature collection exercise continues, the CS has maintained that he will not back down as the plan goes hand in hand with president William Ruto's pledge of reducing the cost of living.
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