Following her outbursts in Dubai over the weekend, Senator Karen Nyamu Njeri now risks expulsion from the UDA party and the Senate.
Jephnel Nyakwama Orina of the National Youth Congress has written to UDA Party Leader President William Ruto to demand that he dismiss the proposed senator for her behaviour.
Orina stated, "As members of the National Youth Congress, we are profoundly dissatisfied and embarrassed by the Senator's actions, who seems inebriated and rowdy in what appears to be a nightclub.
Her actions have damaged the party, the party leader's name, and the party's image significantly.
Nevertheless, Orina wrote in his individual capacity, not on behalf of Congress or the Party, according to UDA Director of Communications Wanjohi Githae.
This was on UDA's letterhead, just like the letter dated December 18 had been.Misuse of our letterhead improper. He is not a representative," Wanjohi declared.
After arguing with Edday Nderity about her baby daddy musician Samidoh, Nyamu left Dubai revelers amused.
Nyamu claims that despite spending the previous night with Samidoh, he told her to get away when his wife Edday arrived.
While Samidoh was performing in the club, Karen rushed up on stage and started dancing to the Mugithii music.
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