Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga on Monday March 8, 2021 caused drama at the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) headquarters, where she had been summoned over chaotic scene that was witnessed in the by-elections.
Omanga was summoned to appear before the commission to respond to the allegations of fueling violence in Matungu and Kabuchai constituencies during the recently concluded by-elections.
The legislator arrived at the NCIC office at 11 am where she was meant to respond to the claims of fueling violence. She claimed that the commission had summoned her to arrive at 11am.
Omanga became impatient after waiting for an hour and stormed the boardroom where Kasipul Member of Parliament Charles Were was still being grilled.
According to the Nominated Senator, the NCIC should have summoned the politicians to appear at different time intervals.
“We have been seated there for the last one hour…for how long? You should’ve given us timelines, if you told me (to come) 12pm I would’ve come here at 12pm…but you told me (to come) at 11am…so if you knew you were taking an hour or two for every member, you should’ve calculated and given me my time…it is so unfair,” she said.
Omanga is among 10 politicians who had recently been summoned by the NCIC over alleged cases of incitement and fueling violence.
Other leaders who have since honoured their summons include; MPs Feisal Bader (Msambweni), Benjamin Washiali (Mumias East), and Chris Wamalwa (Kiminini).