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List of 146 MPs And Senators Who Protested In Solidarity With DP Ruto

By Whispers Correspondent

In a Kenya Gazette notice dated April 6, 2020, Acting Registrar of Political Parties Anne Nderitu gave notice of the party’s intention to change its officials following the presentation of the list by the ruling party. In the gazette notice, Ms Nderitu lists the new National Management Committee officials as Lucy Nyawira Macharia, Prof Marete Marangu, former Kitutu Masaba MP Walter Nyambati, Jane Nampaso and James Waweru. The team is in charge of the day-to-day management of the party alongside the National Executive Committee. But the proposed changes made by President Kenyatta have drawn strong protest from DP Ruto and his troops.

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Gazette Notice by the Registrar of Political Parties. | Photo Courtesy

“As Kenyans are focused on the Covid-19 pandemic, some shadowy characters are attempting to fraudulently institute illegal changes in officials of Jubilee party. As deputy party leader, I have alerted the registrar of the fraud. Party members should know that the matter is being handled,” Dr Ruto tweeted Friday.

However, Jubilee Party Secretary General Raphael Tuju said there was no cause for alarm as the officials replaced had secured government appointments and, accordingly, resigned as per the law. “We have certain members of our NEC and the National Management Committee who resigned for various reasons. They either got jobs, which would result into a conflict with their positions in the party,” Mr Tuju said.

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Mr Tuju reiterated that “All resignations have to go to the president, who is the Jubilee Party leader with reasons for resignation. He accepts the resignations and appoints replacement and that is exactly what happened,”

PROTEST LETTERS

It is not clear why the legislators chose to protest individually, nonetheless sources close to the DP’s Tangatanga camp disclosed that the move was to exert extra pressure of the registrar.

Some of the legislators who have written the choreographed and coordinated protest letters to the registrar include 146 Jubilee Party legislators who sent their petitions to the Registrar of Political Parties as of Sunday 12th, 2020.

Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya

  1. H.E Dr William Ruto

Nairobi County

  1. Hon John Kiarie KJ
  2. Hon Nixon Generali Korir
  3. Sen Millicent Omanga
  4. Hon Mejja Donk
  5. Hon George Theuri
  6. Hon James Mwangi Gakuya
  7. Hon Njagua Charles Kanyi (Jaguar)

Kiambu County

  1. Hon Kimani Ichungwa
  2. Hon Moses Kuria
  3. Hon Githua Wanacukuru
  4. Hon Kago wa Lydia
  5. Hon Jonah Mburu
  6. Hon Simon Nganga Kingara

Nyamira County

  1. Hon Joash Nyamoko
  2. Hon Shadrack Mose

Nakuru County

  1. Sen Susan Kihika
  2. Hon Kuria Kimani
  3. Hon Jayne Kihara
  4. Hon Joseph Tonui
  5. Hon Martha Wangari
  6. Sen Victor Prengei
  7. Hon Lisa Chelule
  8. Hon Charity Kathambi Chepkwony
  9. Hon Moses Cheboi
  10. Hon Kimani Ngunjiri
  11. Hon Samuel Gachobe
  12. Hon David Gikaria
  13. Hon Gideon Keter

Uasin Gishu County

  1. Hon Caleb Kositany
  2. Hon Oscar Sudi
  3. Hon Kiprop Mishra
  4. Hon Gladys Boss Shollei
  5. Sen Prof Margaret Kamar
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Kericho County

  1. Aaron Cheruiyot
  2. Hon Nelson Koech (Sonko)
  3. Hon Silvanus Maritim
  4. Hon Florence Bore
  5. Hon Hilary Kosgey
  6. Hon Joseph Limo
  7. Hon Japheth Mutai
  8. Hon. Kipsengeret Koros

Tharaka Nithi County

  1. Hon Patrick Ntwiga Munene
  2. Hon Beatrice Nkatha
  3. Hon Kareke Mbiuki
  4. Prof Kithure Kindiki

Embu County

  1. Hon Muriuki Njagagua
  2. Hon Col Kingangi
  3. Hon Cecily Mbarire
  4. Hon Muchangi Karemba
  5. Hon John Muchiri
  6. Sen Njeru Ndwiga

Mandera County

  1. Sen Eng Mohamed Mahmud
  2. Hon Adan Hajji Ali

Nandi County

  1. Hon Cornelly Serem
  2. Hon Tecla Tum
  3. Hon Julius Melly
  4. Sen Cherargei Kiprotich
  5. Hon Wilson Kogo

Elgeyo Marakwet

  1. Hon Kangogo Bowen
  2. Hon. William Kisang
  3. Sen Kipchumba Murkomen
  4. Hon Daniel Rono
  5. Hon Chebaibai
  6. Hon Dr James Murgor

Kirinyaga County

  1. Hon Purity Ngirici
  2. Hon GK Kariuki
  3. Hon Wambugu Munene
  4. Hon Githinji Gichimu

Samburu County

  1. Sen. Dr. Lelegwe Ltumbesi Steve
  2. Hon. Alois Musa Lentoimanga

Meru County

  1. Hon Rindikiri Mugambi Murwithania
  2. Hon Halima Mucheke
  3. Sen Mithika Linturi
  4. Hon Kubai Iringo
  5. Hon John Mutunga
  6. Hon Rahim Dawood
  7. Hon Moses Nguchine Kirima

Nyeri County

  1. Hon Rigathi Gachagua
  2. Hon Rahab Mukami
  3. Hon JM Gichuhi
  4. Hon AG Kiai (High Flyer)

Garissa County

  1. Hon Aden Duale
  2. Sen Falhada Dekow Iman
  3. Hon Anab Mohamed Gure

West Pokot County

  1. Hon David Pkosing
  2. Hon Moroto Chumei Samuel
  3. Hon Tomitom Lilian Cheptoo
  4. Hon Peter Lochakapong

Bungoma County

  1. Hon Didimus Barasa
  2. Hon John Waluke
  3. Hon Dan Wanyama
  4. Fred Kapondi Chesebe
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Nyandarua County

  1. Hon Michael Muchira
  2. Hon Kwenya Thuku
  3. Hon Faith Gitau
  4. Hon David Kiaraho

Kajiado County

  1. Hon George Sunkuiya
  2. Sen. Mary Seneta Yiane
  3. Sen. Mpaayei Philip Salau
  4. Hon Katoo Ole Metito

Bomet County

  1. Hon Brighton Yegon
  2. Hon Ronald Tonui
  3. Sen Dr Christopher Andrew Langat
  4. Hon Beatrice Kones
  5. Hon Dominic Koskei
  6. Dr Alice Milgo
  7. Hon Joyce Korir

Laikipia County

  1. Hon Cate Waruguru
  2. Hon Patrick Mariru
    3. Sen. John Kinyua

Kakamega County

  1. Hon Benjamin Jomo Washiali
  2. Hon Malulu Injedu
  3. Hon Benard Shinali

Muranga County

  1. Hon Alice Muthoni Wahome
  2. Hon Ndindi Nyoro
  3. Hon Mary Wamaua

Wajir County

  1. Hon Ahmed Kolosh

Migori County

  1. Hon Maisori Marwa Kitayama
  2. Hon Mathias Robi

Turkana County

  1. Hon Chris Nakuleu
  2. Hon James Lomenen
  3. Hon Joyce Emanikor
  4. Hon Epuyo Daniel Nanok

Kilifi County

  1. Sen Zawadi Christine Gona (Nominated)

Baringo County

  1. Hon Charles Kamuren
  2. Hon Dr Daniel Tuitoek
  3. Hon Moses Lessonet
  4. Hon William Cheptumo

Marsabit County

  1. Hon Col Rasso Didda
  2. Sen. Rev Naomi Waqo
  3. Eng Sen. Abubakar Hargura
  4. Hon Qalicha Gufu

Taita Taveta County

  1. Hon Haika Mnene Mizighi

Kitui County

  1. Hon Nimrod Mbai

Narok County

  1. Hon Soipan Tuya
  2. Hon David Sankok
  3. Hon Ken Aramat
  4. Hon Korei Ole Lemein

Lamu County

  1. Hon Anwar Oloitiptip
  2. Hon Shariff Athman

Trans Nzoia County

  1. Sen Mbito Maling’a
  2. Dr Robert Pukose

Isiolo

  1. Hon Rehema Jaldesa

Tana River County

  1. Hon Ali Wario

Machakos County

1. Hon Dr. Victor Munyaka

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