Focus turn on Muturi, Duale, Mbadi - 5 months ago, 22 Sep 00:00
Focus has now shifted to parliamentary leadership as Kenyans feel the pinch of the eight per cent value added tax (VAT) on fuel approved by the National Assembly and assented to by the President yesterday.
Speaker Justin Muturi dismissed impeachment threats leveled against him as fiction of the imagination of “excited malcontents.” Daring them, he reminded the MPs that following the review of Standing Orders, the Speaker was no longer exposed.
“They lacked strategy and they now want to roll it over on me. They have no clue. You need to tell them that to veto the President’s memo is like changing the Constitution. Noise is not enough,” he said.
“I am not moved by the jabs. I am just waiting for them to make good their threat,” he dared.
Muturi spoke as tales of botched procedures, faulty electronic system, snatched voting cards and locked up members ...
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