Angry Kimani Ichung'wah Lectures Jubilee's Disciplinary Committee While Defending Isaac Mwaura
By Reliable_News | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 8298 views
On Thursday, Kikuyu Member of Parliament Kimani Ichung'wah was among the legislators allied to Deputy President William Ruto, who availed themselves to stand with Nominated Senator Isaac Mwaura after being summoned by the party's disciplinary panel.
According to a video shared Magical Kenya News, Ichung'wah takes fight with the panel telling them off that Mwaura was right to say that Jubilee party was long way dead.
"... Indeed, It is my submission that Issac Mwaura ought to be rewarded by this party for speaking the truth, this is because more than 32 organs of the party are inactive, and when active is when the committee is removing a member from leadership positions, some of which have been awarded to the ODM party..." Ichung'wah said.
He added that it was indeed absurd that the party was holding an expulsion meeting and trusting that other members will buy the discussion, even after Murathe confirmed that the party was going to expel Mwaura.
In his sentiments, Mwaura stated that he had no faith with the party despite defending himself.
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