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UDA summons Patrick Mutai speaker of Kericho Assembly over chaos

The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Disciplinary Committee recently sent a subpoena to Kericho County Council Speaker Patrick Muthai regarding the unrest in the House. In a letter from People Daily Digital, the committee said complaints had been raised about the speaker at the meeting on Friday, Jan. 13, particularly regarding discussions of recent changes in house management. During the conference, the UDA said that Mutai's failure to update the party's position on the change in the Commons had caused chaos, confrontation, violence, and chaos in Parliament. “These incidents are well known. As a result, the party’s interests, dignity, and honor were damaged and damaged,” he wrote in part of the letter dated the 13th.

“Section 75 of the Kenyan Constitution, together with the Party Code of Conduct and the Oath, makes clear what a political party sponsors and what is expected of members of the political parties it sponsors. I will be at Hustler Plaza in Nairobi on Friday, March 20 at 9:00 am to attend a Disciplinary Committee hearing on this matter. “As a party member, you must promote the party's image and interests and conduct your work by the party's values ​​and principles. That's how it is,” the letter says. I'll add. “Therefore, I was summoned to the Disciplinary Committee at 9:00 am on the 20th of January under Articles 29(iv)(v)(vi) and (vii) of the UDA Bylaws.

In 2023, Hustler Plaza, Fourth Floor Court will review your complaint." The defendant may defend himself or attend the hearing with an attorney. The outcome of the hearing is Section 29(viii), (ix), (xi) and (xii) in the Party Charter,” he said, adding that the list had been accepted. Following the High Court's decision, Paul Thirchill became the majority leader. Korir went to court to challenge Chirchir's appointment, but UDA Party General Secretary Veronica Maina demanded the changes agreed upon in a recent meeting at a hotel in Nakuru. At the meeting, MCA candidate Fancy Korir was elected Deputy Leader and MCA Kapsuser Ward Peter Kemoy was appointed Head of Whip. A Deputy Minister was elected, nominated by Bavina Serem, a former MCA Radio journalist. MCA disagreed with the roster, leading to a chaotic meeting with members rudely destroying several tables and chairs.

The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) condemned the breach and said an investigation into the incident was ongoing. District councils should refrain from unorthodox means when resolving disagreements,” said the EACC. “The actions of the affected Kericho MCA fall outside the standards of ethics and integrity required of state officials as set out in Chapter VI of the Constitution. Article 73(1)(a) of the Constitution requires public officials to behave in a manner that respects the public, promotes public confidence, and brings honor and dignity to the State. President William Ruto also commented on the incident on Sunday, calling the incident shameful.

It said members of the circuit assembly were wasting rally time with endless selfish leadership. Controversy The head of state called for a truce in parliament to pave the way for the smooth delivery of services. You are wasting your time fighting for community status instead of doing what Kenyans choose to do. It's a shame,” said Ruto. The president said Kenya could only move forward if its elected leaders lead by example and serve diligently.

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