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List of Jubilee legislators who are against changes in party leadership

Monday, April 13th, 2020 20:14 | By
Parliament in session. Photo/PD/SAMUEL KARIUKI

Deputy President William Ruto on Friday dismissed a controversial move to change Jubilee Party's top decision making organ terming it 'fraudulent' and 'illegal' as cracks in the ruling party deepened.

In a letter to the Acting Registrar of Political Parties Ann Nderitu, DP Ruto, who appears to have been caught flatfooted by his opponents; said that the move to change the membership of National Management Committee (NMC) contravened the party's constitution and therefore, null and void.

"Please note that the National Executive Council (NEC) has never been reconstituted by the party neither have we ever constituted NEC to constitute or reconstitute the NMC.

"In light of the foregoing the intended changes of NMC membership is therefore illegal and fraudulent," DP Ruto.

In a Gazette notice posted on Thursday, Registrar of Political Parties Anne Nderitu published the party’s intention to make the changes and invited members of the public to present their submissions, if any, regarding the replacements.

“In exercise of the power conferred by Section 20 (1) (c) of the Political Parties Act, 2011, the Registrar of Political Parties gives notice that Jubilee Party intends to change its leadership,” the notice read.

"Any person with written submission concerning the intended change by the political party shall, within seven days from the date herein, deposit them at the registrar of political parties."

According to the Gazette Notice, the party appointed Lucy Macharia, Prof Marete Marangu, Walter Nyambati, Jane Nampaso and James Waweru as new office bearers replacing Veronica Maina, Fatuma Shukri and Pamela Mutua who resigned after securing jobs in government.

Below are names of Jubilee legislators who have petitioned the Registrar of Political Parties:

  1. Hon John Kiarie KJ
  2. Hon Kimani Ichungwa
  3. Hon Nixon Generali Korir
  4. Hon Joash Nyamoko
  5. Sen Susan Kihika
  6. Hon Caleb Kositany
  7. Aaron Cheruiyot
  8. Hon Parto Munene
  9. Hon Muriuki Njagagua
  10. Hon Moses Kuria
  11. Sen Eng Mahmud
  12. Hon Cornelly Serem
  13. Hon Kangogo Bowen
  14. Sen Omanga
  15. Hon. William Kisang
  16. Hon Shadrack Mose
  17. Hon Purity Ngirici
  18. Hon GK Kariuki
  19. Hon Nelson Koech
  20. Sen Lelegwe Ltumbesi
  21. Hon C Serem
  22. Hon Rindikiri Mugambi Mugwithania
  23. Hon Beatrice Nkatha
  24. Sen Kipchumba Murkomen
  25. Hon Aden Duale
  26. Hon Rigathi Gachagua
  27. Hon Adan H Ali
  28. Hon Silvanus Network Maritim
  29. Hon Pkosing
  30. Hon Barasa, Didimus Wekesa
  31. Hon Daniel Rono
  32. Hon Kuria Kimani
  33. Hon Michael Muchira
  34. Sen Falhada Iman
  35. Hon Col (Rtd) King’ang’i
  36. Hon Kwenya Thuku
  37. Hon Kareke Mbiuki
    38.Hon.Jane Chebaibai
  38. Hon George Sunkuiya
  39. Hon Rahab Mukami
  40. Hon Cecily Mbarire
    42.Hon Anab Gure
  41. Hon Brighton Yegon
  42. Hon Cate Waruguru
  43. Jayne Kihara
  44. Hon Ronald Tonui
  45. Hon Washiali, Benjamin Njomo
    48.Hon Alice Muthoni Wahome
  46. Hon Ahmed Kolosh
  47. Hon Hilary Kosgei
    51.Hon Florence Bore
  48. Hon Halima Mucheke
  49. Hon Githua Wamacukuru
    54.Sen Mary Seneta
  50. Hon Gideon Keter
  51. Hon Mutai Bureti
  52. Hon Maisori Marwa Kitayama
  53. Sen Zawadi
  54. Hon Chris Nakuleu
    60.Hon Mathias Robi
  55. Hon Charles Kamuren
  56. Hon Mwalimu Joseph Tonui
    63.Hon Beatrice kones.
  57. Hon. Dr. Daniel Tuitoek
  58. Sen Dr Christopher Andrew Langat
  59. Hon Haika Mzighi
  60. Hon Major John Waluke
  61. Hon Martha Wangari
    69.Hon Nimrod Mbai
  62. Hon Faith Wairimu Gitau
  63. Sen. NAOMI WAQO
  64. Patrick Mariru
  65. Hon Soipan Tuya
  66. Sen Mbito
  67. Ndindi Nyoro.
    76.Sen Anwar Loitiptip,Lamu
  68. Sen Prengei
  69. Hon Lisa Wanjiru Chelule
  70. Hon Moses Lessonet
  71. Hon Oscar Sudi
  72. Hon Dominic Koskei
  73. Sen Philip Mpayei
  74. Hon Kiprop Mishra
  75. Hon Rehema Jaldessa
    85 HON KATHAMBI
    86 Hon Moroto
    87Hon Moses Cheboi
  76. Hon Gladys Boss Shollei
  77. Hon Wakili Wambugu
  78. Hon Kimani Ngunjiri
  79. Hon Dr Robert Pukose
  80. Hon Shariff
  81. Prof Kithure Kindiki
  82. Hon Kago wa Lydia
  83. Hon Joyce Korir
  84. Hon Jonah Mburu
  85. Sen Mithika Linturi
  86. Sen Prof Margaret Kamar
  87. Hon Major Donq
    100.Sen.Dr.Alice Milgo
  88. Hon Muchangi Karemba
  89. Hon David Sankok
  90. Hon Peter Lochakapong
  91. Hon George Theuri
  92. Hon Ken Aramat
  93. Hon Ali Wario
  94. Hon Victor Munyaka
  95. Hon Kubai Iringo
  96. Hon Tecla Tum
  97. Hon Joseph Limo
  98. Hon John Muchiri
  99. Hon Cheptumo
  100. Hon James Mwangi Gakuya
  101. Hon Julius Melly
  102. Hon Samuel Gachobe
  103. Sen John Kinyua
  104. Hon Dr John Mutunga
  105. Hon Malulu Injedi
  106. Hon JM Gichuhi
  107. Hon Jaguar
  108. Sen Cherargei Kiprotich
  109. Col (Rtd) Dido Rasso
  110. Hon Joyce Emanikor
  111. Hon James Lomenen
  112. Hon Epuyo
  113. Sen Njeru Ndwiga
  114. Anthony Kiai- High Flyer
  115. Hon Dr James Murgor
  116. Hon Katoo Ole Metito
  117. Hon Wilson Kogo
  118. Hon Dan Wanyama
  119. Sen Eng Abubakar Hargura
  120. Hon David Kiaraho
  121. Hon David Gikaria
  122. Hon Korei Ole Lemein
  123. Hon Tomitom
  124. Hon Rahim Dawood
  125. Hon Moses Nguchine Kirima
  126. Hon Benard Shinali
  127. Hon Aloise Lentomanga
  128. Simon Nganga Kingara
  129. Hon Qalicha Gufu
  130. Hon Fred Kapondi Chesebe
  131. Hon Githinji Gichimu
  132. Hon Mary Wamaua
  133. Hon Maj Bashir

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