I don't need you to remain in power, Wiper MP tells Kalonzo
18 February 2016, 08:07
Nairobi - Mwingi North member of Parliament, John Munuve has no doubt that he will clinch the 2017 Parliamentary vote even if he is ousted from his current Wiper party.
He was challenging the CORD Co-principle and Wiper party leader, Hon Kalonzo Musyoka to evict him from the party.
Munuve and his Mwingi Central counterpart, Joe Mutambu suffered a major political blow last week after they were axed by the Wiper leadership from sitting in House committees.
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The Maendeleo Chap Chap follower was speaking in his constituency at Katse Market in Mumoni sub-County where he had gathered his followers in a public meeting to explain his de-whipping. Munuve has however cleared the waves dominating the air that he is at war with the Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka.
The lawmaker says that in the wake of continued injustices in the Wiper party, it won’t be surprising for him to seek election through another party and win.
The two legislators have in the last one week fallen out with the Wiper leadership for supporting Machakos Governor led Maendeleo Chap Chap movement. Ever since the Governor launched the party, he and his affiliates have becomes outcasts in the Wiper party.
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