Reports hitting the newsroom this evening say the National assembly leadership has allegedly removed UDA affiliated MPs from committees.
The MP was serving in the Departmental Committee on Communication, Information and Technology.
It is not clear why the MPs are being shown the door, but sources have it that their association with the DP is the number one reason why they are being kicked out
"Pursuant to Standing Orders 176 (1) and 176 (2) you are hereby notified that the Jubilee Party which nominated you intends to discharge you from the Departmental Committee on Communication, Information and Technology.
"You are hereby given seven (7) days to respond before you are discharged from the said committee," read the letter in part.
A few months ago, several other MPs who are allies of the DP were kicked from powerful positions of the house committees.
This is after the lawmakers started advocating for the UDA party agenda and not the Jubilee Party's
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