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Senator Omanga, four others to be expelled for defying Uhuru

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Senators Millicent Omanga, Naomi Jillo, Victor Prengei, Falhada Dekow and Mary Seneta are set to be expelled for defying party leader President Uhuru Kenyatta.

According to Jubilee Party Secretary General Raphael Tuju the senators are set to face the disciplinary committee over their actions.

Tuju continued by saying that the Senators had already been notified of the meeting by the President in advance but did not send any explanation.

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Their actions have been termed as gross misconduct and that they will face the wrath of the party.

On Monday President Uhuru Kenyatta summoned all Senators from the party at State House.

The matters to discussed have remained unknown but what happened next was the ouster of majority leader and majority whip Kipchumba Murkomen and Susan Kihika.

Murkomen and Kihika claimed foul play saying the meeting did not meet the required threshold to make a resolution.

The two accused the President of running the party as his private property and that fellow Senators were being persuaded to attend the meeting.

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