As mixed reactions continue to unfold after the sacking of senators Kipchumba Murkomen and Susan Kihika as majority leader and senate whip respectively, women representative for samburu Maison Leshomo congratulated the president for sacking rebellious leaders for becoming a nuisance to the party leader.The outspoken legislator said kanu has been supportive to the jubilee government and there was need to partner. KANU and Jubilee party entered into a post election merger which has since been challenged in court by the two disgruntled sacked senate leaders.Her sentiments were echoed by samburu west MP Naisula Lesuuda who reiterated that the president has been so patient for a long time and time was long over due to crack the whip.Nakuru governor Lee Kinjanjui said it's the high time for party members respect it's leader." You cannot be given a leadership position of a party to drive its agendas and neglect that responsibility. The president as leader was within his mandate to sack rebellious leaders in the party," He said.
Five senators has been sermonned by the by the party disciplinary to appear on to give reasons why they failed to attend the PG called the president at stateHouse.
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