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Bad News To Uhuru, UDA MP Drops A Bombshell Amidst Ruto’s Meeting

Job Maangi

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Photo: Deputy President Dr William Ruto With Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi

United democratic party affiliated member of parliament Oscar Sudi today caught very many people by surprise when he made a decision to reduce the amount of  money that he has been contributing to the jubilee party.

According to a message he posted on facebook, the kapseret member of parliament wrote to the clerk of the National assembly informing him that he will be channeling Ksh 9,950/= to the Kazi Ni Kazi Welfare Group.

”I have officially written to the Clerk of the National Assembly to deduct my monthly contributions to Jubilee Party from 10,000/- to 50/-. I will channel the balance to Kazi Ni Kazi Welfare Group,” Oscar Sudi’s message read.

This happened as the deputy president Dr William Ruto held a meeting at his Karen official residence to deliberate on the way forward as team.

Ruto has been accused of disrespecting his boss president Uhuru Kenyatta by leaders allied to the handshake, claims that he dismissed this weekend.

Deputy president’s meeting comes at a time when there is a hited debate concerning his impeachment from office for 16 grounds against him.

ANC party, Ayub Savula who is spear heading the motion to impeach the deputy president Dr William Ruto started the offficial process of collecting signatures from members of parliament.

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The ODM party members are reluctant on supporting the push to impeach Ruto as they fear that it is likely to backfire and they sought for a full assurance from the former prime minister that it will sail through.

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