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Protest in Malindi due to Aisha Jumwa’s support for DP Ruto

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Youth of the Orange Democratic Party have today staged demonstration in Malindi due to Aisha Jumwa’s support for DP Ruto.

The supporters being led by Paul Mzungu call for a disciplinary action to be taken on the Member of Parliament and also to removed from the Parliamentary Service Commission.

Speaking to the Standard,Mzungu said that if not for the strong coastal support of ODM party then Aisha Jumwa could not be an MP right now. 

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“We abandoned learned candidates and settled for her but instead of serving us the people and doing what pertains to party principals, she went forth to abuse the party that made her who she is by claiming that she is the one who made ODM what it is,” he said.

Mzungu challenged Aisha Jumwa to resign and seek fresh mandate under the Jubilee Party adding that they will start collecting signatures and pressure the IEBC to conduct a by-election in the constituency.

Slavian Mwangecho
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