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Aisha Jumwa, Chris Wamalwa to face ODM’s wrath

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The Orange Democratic Party (ODM) is planning to clean its house including cracking the whip on Kiminini MP Chris Wamalwa and Malindi counterpart Aisha Jumwa.

Addressing the media on Wednesday, Suna East MP Junet Mp revealed that the party will remove the MP’s and six others come Thursday.

He said as a party they are not pleased over their work in various positions they are in-charge in virtue of being ODM members.

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Chris Wamalwa will be sacked as the deputy whip while Aisha Jumwa will be ousted as a member of the Parliamentary Service Commission.

Aisha Jumwa rubbed shoulders with her party when she declared her support for DP William Ruto heading to the 2020 elections.

ODM party has unsuccessfully attempted to remove her from the party following court orders obtained by the Malindi MP.

Other legislators expected to know their fate come Thursday include South Mugirango MP Sylvanus Osoro, Turkana Central MP Nakara Lodepe, Bungoma Women Rep. Catherine Wambilianga, Butere MP Tindi Mwale, West Mugirango MP Vincent Kemosi and Bondo MP Gideon Ochanda.

According to Jumet Mohammed, some of the blacklisted leaders have been missing important sessions of the committee affecting their two years stay at the positions.

The announcement is in line with Jubilee Party who are cleaning their house including those allied to DP William Ruto.

On Wednesday Jubilee Party summoned Senators who failed to attend the party’s meeting at State House this month.

In her defense, Senator Milicent Omanga claimed she did not receive any message and she still cannot find the invitation.

Omanga continued by saying that she had already discussed with Senator Irung’u Kang’ata and that he promised the accusations will be dropped.

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