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Six People That Kenya Kwanza Parliamentary Group Secretly Agreed To Ouster From Office

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua yesterday led a Kenya Kwanza parliamentary group in a meeting at Windsor hotel in Nairobi. The president later joined them in the evening and asked them to work as a group. That they have a lot in store because Kenyans have high expectations and therefore, the can't afford to waste time.

However as People Daily reports, the parliamentary group secretly agreed to ouster some people who campaigned for Azimio from office. There are six people that have been targeted. Theses are Rift Valley Regional Commissioner Maalim Mohamed, his Wajir counterpart Jacob Narengo, Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) Director General Silas Kinoti, Trans Nzoia County Commissioner Samson Ojwang, Stephen Kihara of Uasin Gishu and Erastus Mbui of Nakuru.

During campaigns, one of them, Maalim was accused by president Ruto for organizing chaos on the election day. That he was holding night meetings planning how they will destruct people from voting. The lawmakers therefore asked the president to kick them out of office. But is President Ruto going to follow to their request? Only time will tell.

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Jacob Narengo Kenya People Daily Silas Kinoti Wajir


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