Azimio Threatens Disciplinary Action Against Mps Attending Ruto’s Meeting.

On Tuesday, 7th February 2023 the president of Kenya His Excellency William Samoei RutoRuto held a meeting in State House with 9  National Assembly leaders who are from Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance.


The Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance has broken their silence concerning the same information threatening to take action against those who are disloyal to Raila Amollo Odinga.

Azimio coalition has called for a must-attend meeting of their National Assembly members on Thursday, a meeting that will be attended by party honchos.

“We are going to use that opportunity to take count of our troops as we gear up for the second session of the National Assembly. We must always try to find out how the troops are doing we want to see if they are still intact, and therefore it’s in order to take stock of the gains we have made and the possible losses we might have incurred since we went for the long recess,” Wandayi said.

Despite saying attendance of the ongoing political meetings is not mandatory, Wandayi said Thursday’s meeting is a must-attend.

“We have made it very clear that we want every Azimio MP to attend, of course, there might be cases that are beyond our control, but we want everyone to attend, and we will treat every case on its merit. We can’t assume that all those not attending are rebelling,” he said.

However, MPs who attended the meeting with President Ruto earlier today have dismissed claims that they are rebelling against their party leader.

“We went to follow up on the meetings we had when President Ruto toured Nyanza, and he has assured us that the projects we discussed will be implemented,” said Bondo MP Gideon Ochanda.

Ochanda insisted no politics was discussed during the early morning meeting and even claimed there will be a follow-up meeting next week.

“It’s not true that we are rebelling against the party, we never talked about politics, it was all about development, and we will be attending the Parliamentary Group meeting. Politics and development are two different things and we will continue following our party,” Ochanda said.


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