A huge fallout is now Looming in the retired President, Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee Party as scramble for who from the party will sit in the Powerful Parliamentary Service Commission PSC takes shape.
According to NTV Kenya Senior Political reporter, Kennedy Mureithi, Sirisia Member of Parliamnet, Hon John Waluke and the Eldas MP Adan Keynan are engaged in a heated “exchange" as the two woo other MPs to support their bid.
However according to the former Ndaragwa Member of Parliamnet, MP Jeremiah Kioni, beyond the party endorsement, the one who will sit in the powerful Parliamentary position which controls the Parliament Budget must be accepted by the MPs he will serve. The Jubilee party will also look into ethnic block and regional balancing. However this, he says will depend on the Speaker's ruling on which Coalition controls the largest Majority in the National Assembly.
Here is the video link courtsey of NTV Kenya Facebook page start from 18:08 minutes
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