Sakaja: Kang'ata The Same Words You Used When Senator Kindiki Was Dewhiped Have Come To Haunt You
By GachNews | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 6758 views
The Nairobi senator Johnson Sakaja while welcoming the new senate majority whip Kiambu senator Kimani Wamatangi, cautioned him on how he related with other leaders in the senate house.
Sakaja noted that in his short stint, Senator Irungu Kang'ata tried his level best to serve Kenyans but the moment he forgot that there were some forces behind his leadership position, he was immediately dewhiped.
He reminded Kang'ata that he once told Senator Kindiki when he was dewhiped after demanding an explanation as to why he was ousted from his position that even when the Jubilee party gave him the position, they didn't ask him for any letter and that there was no reason given as to why he was considered for the position.
He made other senators laugh when he told Kang'ata that the previous day he was also seeking to know why he had been dewhiped and yet in Kindiki's situation no explanation was given. Sakaja thus advised Wamatangi to be very careful with what he says or do in his new position.
He finally said that as long as one got a position based on a party's consideration, then one risked being replaced as long as he or she was not representing party's position in the house.
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