"I Cannot Resign, I was not Elected Because I am With Jubilee," Dp Ruto's Ally Fires
By Robbi | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 0 views
The differences between the Jubilee party and Tangatanga group allied to Dp Ruto continues to escalate even further, after a contingent of senators allied to Ruto were expelled from the party, including Irungu Kang’ata who was relieved of his position as the Senate Assembly Majority Whip.
And now Dp Ruto's close ally, Senator Mithika Linturi has claimed that he cannot just resign since he was not elected because he is with Jubilee party. He added that being in a party does not mean the independence of opining differently is lost. He added that he cannot be in a party that he pays money to but do not hold PG meetings. He also said that parties do not belong to individuals.
Senator Linturi's words comes a time when there are reports over 100 MPs have written to the clerk of National Assembly, to have their monthly contributions to Jubilee party withdrawn. It will be waited to see what the ruling party will do after also reports emerged that more MPs will be axed as time goes by.
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