Details emerging indicates that Nairobi Assembly Speaker Ken Ng’ondi, who was overwhelmingly supported by Azimio MCAs, has revoked the purported list of the Azimio house leadership which he had read out, claiming he was mislead.
It had been indicated that Makongeni MCA Hon Peter Imwatok will be the majority Leader, and was supposed to be deputized by Hon John Ndile who is the MCA of Laini saba ward.
The list also indicated that Hon Moses Ogeto who is the MCA of kilimani ward is the Majority Whip and Hon Stazo Omungala of Upper Savanna ward is his deputy, while nominated member Hon Catherine Okoth was to represent in the County Assembly Board.
But the speaker has however dismissed this list, saying it didn’t originate from the nominating party as required by the law.
“The purported nomination list has been hereby revoked and the offices remain vacant until official communication from the nominating party formally presents it’s list of leadership in accordance with the standing orders,” Ng’ondi said.
It's also indicated that Ngondi directed that investigations be conducted and stern disciplinary measures be taken against officers who conspired to mislead the Speaker. What's your view on this? Like, comment and share this article with your friends.
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