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DP Ruto’s Tanga Tanga brigade responds to threats by ANC to sponsor impeachment

Days after Musalia Mudavadi’s led Amani National Congress party threatened to sponsor an impeachment motion in parliament against Deputy President Wiliam Ruto United Democratic Alliance party has responded.

Terming the threats ridiculous the DP Ruto allied new outfit laughed off the move by the Musalia team saying it will not see the light of the day.

Speaking earlier today during the presentation of the UDA nomination certificate for Machakos by-elections, former Kakamega senator Dr. Bonny Khalwale dismissed the plan as too short of a quorum, adding that the ANCs 13 members in the National assembly cannot even produce a committee chair.

“Impeachment motion is a question of numbers, ANC has 13 members of Parliament, it means even in a committee of Parliaments of 29 members, ANC does not have a majority to force to get a chair of a committee,” Khalwale said.

Khalwale went ahead to challenge the party to show any committee chair in parliament who is a member of the Amani National Congress party.

“To attest to this, all committees in parliament, ANC does not have a chair either in the National Assembly or Senate.”

He continued to say that nobody should threaten the DP with Impeachment at a time when they are courting the DP to join the new outfit at the expiry of his term in 2022.

“They {UDA} have told the public that they want to impeach the DP. We are wooing the DP when he finishes his term in 2022 to join our party so ANC should not start intimidating the DP just because it looks like he might associate with UDA,” he said.

His words came three days after the Mudavadi party through the Deputy party leader and Lugari legislator Ayub Savula on Tuesday dared the DP to resign for calling his boss a tribalist or risk impeachment.

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    Written by Fred Orido

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