Earlier this year, a number of senators were expelled from the Jubilee Party after being termed as rebels. Hon Isaac Mwaura was among these politicians. His colleagues were saved from the expulsion by the Political Parties Disputes Tribunal (PPDT) but Mwaura was left in the cold.
Photo courtesy: Senate Of Kenya.
After he was degazatted and his seat declared vacant by Senate's speaker Hon Kenneth Lusaka, Former Samburu Senator Hon Sammy Leshore filled the position as a nominated MP representing Jubilee Party. After losing the seat Mwaura now engaged more and more freely with other UDA politicians.
Photo Courtesy: DP Ruto & Hon Mwaura.
Mwaura has now reclaimed his seat after months of losing it, that is according to Nominated Senator Falhada Dekow who gave out the following information, " Congratulations my colleague Isaac Mwaura!! Karibu Senate tena. God above everything. Thank you our legal team Onesimus Kipchumba Murkomen and the rest. God bless you."
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