Emurua Dikiir Member of Parliament Johana Ng’eno finally broke his silence sending a clear message to his parliamentary sponsors to make good their threat.
Recently the independent party through the Party Secretary-General Mr. Nick Salat had threatened to kick the lawmaker out of the party for his alleged gross misconduct after a recent slur against the President
The legislator stated categorically that he did not fear a by-election, since he had the firm grip of his supporters, and dared the KANU officials to be serious and dismiss him from the party.
“I am much prepared for it and they can also field their candidate to run against me,” he said.
Ng’eno went ahead to say that a by-election would be an acid test for the Baringo Senator Gideon Moi to gauge his weight in the region, and belittled his 2022 presidential ambitions, telling him to prepare for a big embarrassment.
“I have severally heard him saying he is going for the top seat in 2022 and so this is his best chance to test his influence among the electorates. He will get only 200 votes,” he said
Speaking in Bomet, the law-maker urged the BBI adherents to be all-inclusive adding it was sad to see other leaders being sidelined in the process.
“We want the process to be inclusive. We cannot be taking BBI to unite the country and at the same time fighting our colleagues… We must not be seen to be dividing the county on party or tribal lines. We want all communities to be united,” he said.
Ng’eno ascended to his position on a KANU ticket and has been an ardent supporter of DP Ruto, pledging his further support for his 2022 bid.