Ngilu free to leave Jubilee, Sakaja says
15 July 2015, 14:23
Nairobi - Lands CS Charity Ngilu can leave the Jubilee coalition if she wants, National Alliance Party chairman Johnstone Sakaja has said.
Sakaja said that he would not condone Ngilu's utterances about the Jubilee coalition as regards its fight against corruption, stating that she should fight to clear her name.
Speaking Wednesday in Nairobi, Sakaja said that he understood Ngilu was under pressure over such allegations and that she should go on to leave the coalition if she felt short-changed.
" She should leave the coalition if she feels she is out of place here and fight her war elsewhere," he said of Ngilu's debacle.
The utterance follow Ngilu's recent statements over the fight against corruption in the country, saying that the Jubilee coalition had skewed priorities.
On Monday, Ngilu defended CORD co principal Kalonzo Musyoka against allegations that he grabbed National Youth Service NYS land, saying it belongs to the Kamba community.
She spoke at Milimani law courts in Nairobi after the mention of a graft case against her. Ngilu said the allegations only prove how non-committal the government is to the war against corruption.
Ngilu accused the government of protecting powerful figures implicated in graft and engaging in political witch-hunt.
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