Kathiani MP Robert Mbui during a live interview at Citizen TV.
Kathiani member of parliament Hon. Robert Mbui has today revealed that members of parliament elected on Maendeleo Chapchap party ticket first approached him before decamping to Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
Speaking to Citizen TV Waihiga Mwaura in the night interview, legislator Robert Mbui who was elected on a Wiper party ticket under Azimio La Umoja revealed that the two Maendeleo Chapchap legislators from Ukambani region met him at KICC and requested for committees placement.
Legislator Robert Mbui went ahead to say that the two legislators immediately switched camps to Kenya Kwanza Alliance after the confirmation of the then president- elect William Ruto.
Maendeleo Chapchap party led by former Machakos governor Alfred Mutua has only two members of parliament, namely; Kibwezi West legislator Mwengi Mutuse and Machakos Town MP Caleb Mutiso.
On the issue of majority status announcement, legislator Robert Mbui doubted national assembly speaker's move to delay the verdict stating that a decision has already be made and today was a pass time session.
" I believe a decision was already made by Kenya Kwanza and today was a circus for MPs to pass time" said legislator Robert Mbui.
The three term serving member of parliament was nominated by Azimio movement as the coalition deputy majority leader in tbe national assembly deputizing Ugunja legislator Opiyo Wandayi.
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