More than ten MCAs from Baringo and West Pokot counties risk losing their seats for violating KANU’s Constitution.
The Party’s National Disciplinary Committee interrogated the MCAs from the two counties on Tuesday and Wednesday in Kitale town.
The Reps were summoned before the committee chaired by former Senator Zipporah Kittony.
Addressing the media in Kitale Town on Thursday after the exercise, Kittony said the reps fete will be known soon.
She said the reps from Baringo are accused of participating in the impeachment of deputy speaker Ameja Zeremoi against the party’s position.
” The MCAs also withheld monthly deductions to the party. This is the legitimate source of income for the Party. They signed on nomination papers to be contributing sh 5000 each month,” she said.
The reps also failed to respond to show course letters over the accusations.
They are also accused of not adhering to the Party’s loyalty pledge and code of conduct.
The disciplinary Committee also comprised of National Executive Secretary Joseph Tuwei and Nakuru branch chairman John Ngunjiri.
Tuwei said his Committee was executing its mandate under article 28 of the party’s Constitution.
The committee will make its recommendations in a few weeks.
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