Women Parliamentarians were Tuesday not united over the destiny of Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa after her ODM party expelled her over traitorousness and grossly bad behavior.
A group of National Assembly ladies MPs, driven by Kandara’s Alice Wahome, guarded the troubled MP at parliament structures under the support of Kewopa however Homa Bay Woman Representative Gladys Wanga said the ODM party had not conceded to the issue.
From the begin, it appeared there was a legitimately made plan to shield the Malindi MP. As Ms Jumwa issued her announcement in the National Assembly chamber, Ms Wahome’s gathering of around 10 MPs combined at the parliamentary media focus to help one of their own.
“I have been unjustifiably denounced for building spans with different Kenyans,” Ms Jumwa said in reference to the Building Bridges Initiative. The BBI was the climax of the acclaimed March 9, 2018 handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM pioneer Raila Odinga, went for uniting the nation after the troublesome 2017 general race.