More trouble is looming in the United Democratic Alliance party led by Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto after reports emerged of a plot to remove UDA allied Member of Parliament from committees.
According to a letter that is circulating on social media platforms, Navakholo Member of Parliament, Hon Emmanuel Wangwe, who is a strong supporter of the Deputy President has been served a letter which informs him that he is being removed from the Departmental Committee of Communication, information, and Technology.
The vocal lawmaker has been given one week, or seven days to respond to the matter. The order comes from the Jubilee party which nominated him to the Parliament.
The ruling Jubilee Party has not explained the main reason why the vocal lawmaker is set to be dropped from the committee. However, his association with the United Democratic Alliance may be one of the reasons for his woes.
DP Ruto and his allies have blamed the government and the deep States for the woes they are experiencing especially when their campaign is affected by violent goons. The party has written to the President to intervene.
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