Uhuru, Ruto need me, Duale tells TNA MPs
26 February 2016, 12:34
Nairobi - Majority Leader Aden Duale has criticized TNA party for disowning him over the National Youth Service theft scandal.
The Garissa Town MP has been told by a number of MPs from Central Kenya to carry how own cross after being mentioned by former Devolution CS Anne Waiguru in the theft of KES 791 million at the NYS.
But Duale, who is no shy when it comes to expressing himself had no shortage of words to drive at TNA Chairman Onyango Oloo who said that Duale and Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen must carry their own respective crosses.
" Some things are just basic. Between Onyango Oloo and myself it is obvious who has significance in Jubilee," he said Friday.
Oloo had earlier told Duale and Murkomen not to drag Jubilee into their mess.
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" Those whose names have been mentioned should exonerate themselves as
individuals. They should submit themselves to the law
enforcement agencies to clear their names. And if you are found
culpable, carry your own cross," he had said.
The comments will no doubt widen what is already a significant rift in the ruling Coalition.
It is already clear that any agreement on the formation of a single party to umbrella the coalition will be hard to come by following open rebellion to the move by parties in the matter.
And with rebellion within URP in the Rift Valley also hitting the high notes, it has not been a good few weeks for the ones in power.
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