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Keter Names 2 leaders Misleading Uhuru

Embattles Nandi Hills Member of Parliament, Alfred Keter, on Friday named two lawmakers he claimed are misleading President Uhuru Kenyatta regarding parliamentary committees.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with NTV, Keter claimed that Majority Leader of the National Assembly Aden Duale and Mumias East MP Benjamin Washiali were giving misleading the Head of State  regarding the proceedings of House Committees.

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“Duale and Washiali are misleading the President. They went straight away to confuse the DP. They said we agreed but we hadn’t agreed.

“We saw the role of the DP (William Ruto). He was closer to Duale & Washiali,” Keter stated.

The once fierce critic of Deputy President William Ruto, further noted that the Executive was trying to control and give direction on how committees are run.

“I have told the President, in person, and the DP that it is wrong to interfere with the business of Parliament.There is no political party that has powers to order or direct how Parliament runs,” he stated.

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He further accused Duale and Washiali of colluding with cartels that are milking the National Social Security Fund (NSSF).

Washiali, however, stated he was fighting for inclusivity in House Committees as Jubilee Party should incorporate regional balance.

“The issue that Hon. Keter is talking about is actually a master plan given by the party that we have to share slots meant for committee leadership.Keter should leave the President and DP Ruto out of this,” Washiali replied.

President Uhuru on Thursday ordered four parliamentary House committees to vote out defiant MPs who refused to vacate their leadership positions.

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Jubilee party prevailed upon Jubilee MPs on Friday morning in a closed-door State House meeting with President Uhuru Kenyatta to petition National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi and pass a vote of no confidence in the four embattled committee leaders — Alfred Keter (Labour), James Kaguya (Library and Broadcasting),Silas Tiren (Agriculture) and Environment Committee vice chair David Bowen.


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