Thirdway Alliance party leader Dr. Ekuru Aukot. Photo: TV47
According to the party secretary-general Frederick Okang'o, together with Miruru Waweru (chairperson), the decision to suspend Aukot was arrived at following complaints and concerns from members.
The duo claimed that members accused Aukot of using the party for personal gains and improperly treating Angela Mwikali, his deputy at the party.
However, Aukot denied the allegations arguing that the duo were being hoodwinked into trying to compell him to change his stance on the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).
Aukot now joins former Ford-Kenya leader and Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula, as leaders whose parties are attempting coups.
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