Nick Salat, the general secretary of the Kanu party, has been suspended.
The party is said to have suspended its long-serving general secretary for allegedly violating the party constitution.
In a statement on Thursday, Kanu said a disciplinary committee had been set up to investigate him and make a recommendation within 30 days. This comes as several Kanu party officials including Nick Salat and Moi's PA Chelang'a were implicated in the recall of four IEBC commissioners.
Rafael Tuju, former secretary general of the Jubilee Party, and Nick Salat of KANU are among those who reportedly visited the flats.
Salat lost his bid for the East Bomet parliamentary seat in the August 9 election. Salat was defeated by Richard Yagon of the United Democratic Alliance in the polls on Tuesday, August 9. majority (UDA).
Yegon received 35,431 votes to win the seat, Salat received 13,425 votes. Chama Cha Mashinani (CCM) party member Kalya John Kipkoech finished third with 987 votes.
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