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Speaker Lusaka Faces Impeachment As Senator Made Damaging Remarks

Lamech Bwabi

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Trouble loomed the senate on Thursday as senators failed to agree on the right procedure for the new revenue sharing formula.Drama begun when senate speaker Ken Lusaka Adjourned the meeting when the debate heated and their seemed to be no chance of agreeing.The senate majority leader senator Poghisio through his power asked the speaker to adjourn the seatings.
The speaker postponed the sitting to next week Tuesday and urged the committee responsible to hasten the process.This attracted reactions led by Makueni senator Mutula Kilonzo junior with others who chanted “shame” as the speaker walked out of the chamber.Through his twitter account, Mutula expressed how he was dissatisfied by the act and even wanted the speaker impeached.
He tweeted,”He runs house sittings illegally, we should impeach Lusaka for adjourning seatings unlawfully.Bure.”The senator with others like Le dama were in agreement that the speaker is fond of adjourning house sittings unlawfully especially when the debate is heated and senators are disagreeing.
Mutula attracted reactions from other senators like outspoken Nakuru senator Susan Kihika.She replied to his tweet and they reminded them that they so these coming.Netizens also challenged the senator that they did not come to secure Ruto’s men and therefore should continue with their stands.
Homa bay senators, Moses Kajwang also leaked information on what happens during senate proceedings.He assured that him with others like Sakaja, Mutula and Murkomen will remain firm on what is right.The sentiments of the Homabay lawmaker comes after speaker Lusaka adjourned an important sitting on revenue allocation.
His tweet read;
“The problem in @Senate_KE is not @SpeakerKLusaka but busybodies who drop names of @StateHouseKenya and @RailaOdinga whenever they want to achieve their selfish ends. We stand firm for Devolution and a united Kenya. @SenMutula @SakajaJohnson @kipmurkomen @ledamalekina.”
Kajwang came to the defence of Lusaka who is on the verge of losing his seat and accused selfish legislators who use the names of the head of state or former prime minister to achieve their goals. The actions are expected to attract more vital information from the senate and the fate of Lusaka determined.
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