Aden Duale warns Atwoli to keep off Jubilee his remarks
By Nzioka Justin | May 25th 2020
Garissa Town Constituency MP Hon. Aden Duale has called upon the Cotu
boss Francis Atwoli to leave Jubilee party alone.
Duale has faulted Atwoli for allegedly pressing hard for his ouster. He
instead asked Atwoli to pay attention to making better the lives of Kenyan
"...I want to remind him that he is not a member of Jubilee and
should not purport to direct the party on how it should conduct its
business," stated Hon. Duale.
On Saturday, Atwoli congratulated Senators for impeaching the Senate
Deputy Speaker Kithure Kindiki, owing to his failure to show up in a past
meeting previously convened by President Kenyatta at Statehouse.
Atwoli pointed out that the same disciplinary actions should also be
extended to the National Assembly. "I will use all my available resources
to campaign for his removal...," affirmed Atwoli regarding Duale's
Atwoli pointed an accusing finger to Duale for introducing bills touching
on employees' welfare, among them a bill that illegalized strikes.
According to the constitution, the majority leader serves to bridge the
gap between the Executive and the National Assembly. He also oversees debate
for bills from the government.
Duale has expressed his dismay over Atwoli's push, citing that he only
accounts for a single vote in the assembly. As a result, he wondered why Atwoli
could direct his attack on him alone.
At the same time, Duale asked the Cotu boss to focus on how to pass his
leadership mantle to a younger person.
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