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Omanga: Kang’ata promised to withdraw the charges

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Senator Milicent Omanga has on Wednesday explained how the current Chief whip Irung’u promised to withdraw the charges against her.

Omanga was speaking during the party’s meeting with the disciplinary committee over her failure to attend a meeting called upon by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

The Senator once again claimed innocence claiming that she did not receive any message in regard to the State House meeting.

She was speaking ahead of her planned expulsion from the party following the ouster of fellow Senators Kipchumba Murkoment and Susan Kihika.

Omanga explained to the committee how she did not receive the message given the huge number she has at the moment.

She continued by saying that due to the fact that her phone is on Post-pay plan, it is difficult to receive any message if disconnected and that could be one of the reason.

Allies to DP William Ruto are on the verge of losing their seats as the party’s Secretary-General saying they need to be on one page in terms of leadership.

Tuju declined to comment on any wrangles between the President and his Deputy saying it is beyond his pay grade.

“Any differences between the party leader and the deputy Party leader are above my pay grade. I cannot discuss it.”


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