Carry your own cross, Jubilee MP tells Duale, Murkomen
26 February 2016, 11:04
Nairobi - Kieni MP Kanini Kega has asked his fellow Jubilee members adversely mentioned by former Devolution Cabinet Secretary Ann Waiguru in the KES.791 million NYS scandal to step aside and allow investigations.
Kega said leader of majority in the national assembly Aden Duale and deputy majority leader in Senate Kipchumba Murkomen to carry their own cross.
He said the two should step aside from their respective offices awaiting investigations.
He urged them to file replying affidavits to Waiguru as he lambasted them for calling press conferences to dismiss Waiguru allegations.
Kega stated that the two politicians were causing confusion and intimidations through the media.
“The constitution is very clear on what a leader should do in such an occurrence. Kenyans do not want innuendos,” said Kega who is also a member of Public Accounts Committee in parliament.
He rushed to note that the issue was not a matter of the Jubilee coalition but the individuals mentioned.
“This is not a case of TNA and URP. Waiguru was not a member of TNA but a non-politician. Nothing to do with Jubilee coalition. I urge Duale and Murkomen to reply through affidavits and tell Kenyans what they know about the lost funds,” said the MP.
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