The TIP TIP party leader says that majority leaders in the Senate and National Assembly Kipchumba Murkomen and Aden Duale intentionally omitted his name from the list that was submitted on Thursday.
”I obeyed the call by the National Assembly clerk Micahel Sialai and senate clerk Jeremiah Nyegenye, the presiding officers for the applications and presented my documents for considerations but Mr. Duale and Mr. Murkomen removed my name from the list in bad faith,” Kalembe said.
The former legislator accused Jubilee party members of not consulting other parties when making key decisions, such as the EALA posts.
”As a party we will take necessary measures, we aren’t treated as equals, other parties making Jubilee have been given positions where Ken Lusaka, Eugene Wamalwa from New Ford Kenya have landed on positions,” he added.
He also argued that the likes of Murkomen and Duale could cost Deputy President William Ruto the presidency come 2022.
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