Monday June 22, 2020 – Bahati MP, Kimani Ngunjiri, and his Kapseret compatriot, Oscar Sudi, openly defied President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday confirming that they will not be attending the Jubilee Party Parliamentary Group today.
The two legislators complained of insults from the previous PG meetings which they highlighted as their main reasons for failing to attend.
“I will not attend tomorrow (today’s) PG meeting at KICC as I said two weeks ago, I’m a middle-aged man but I cannot allow anybody to insult me.”
“We have given the President an open arm to do any changes that he wants, there is no reason for calling for a PG meeting,” noted Oscar Sudi.
According to Sudi, lawmakers allied to Deputy President William Ruto had not been treated as stakeholders in the Uhuru-led Jubilee Party.
On his part, Kimani Ngunjiri cited what he described as ‘foul language’ in the meetings as his reason for skipping the PG meeting slated for Monday, June 22nd.
“I am not going because I want to remind Kenyans about our first PG meeting after elections.”
“He insulted us and told us to leave.”
“The recent PG, we thought that he will come to unite people by calling for a ceasefire but he also insulted us,” stated the Bahati MP.
This comes even as Jubilee Vice Chairman David Murathe had warned any legislator planning to miss the Jubilee Parliamentary Group meeting of consequences.
“Missing tomorrow’s PG meeting should not come to anyone’s mind.”
“Disciplinary actions are crystal clear in the Jubilee Party Act to those who are deviating from the fundamental requirements of the party,” noted Murathe.
The Kenyan DAILY POST