Mp Barasa tells Dr.Eseli not to replace Chris Wamalwa in the assembly


Kimilili Mp Didmus Barasa has called on his Tongaren constituency counterpart Dr.Eseli Simiyu to turn down plans to replace Kiminini Mp Dr.Chris Wamalwa as the minority deputy Whip.
Taking to his Twitter account, Barasa who is the closest ally of the deputy president said that if Dr.Simiyu takes over the post it will be betrayal of the highest order.

“I have learnt with greatest annoyance, shock and disappointment of the calculated but misinformed removal of  Dr Wamalwa as Minority Deputy whip in the national assembly,” he said.
He added, “Who is this who has forgotten, deliberately though, that Wamalwa was in the National think tank for NASA Presidential campaign, his great brains were part of NASA success story as the Minority and he has continued to display his exemplary leadership skills in parliamentary business. Kumbe Ahsante ya punda, kweli ni Mateke. We have taken note though,”.

The Tanga Tanga allied Mp pointed out that anybody from Bungoma County who will take up the position held by Dr.Wamalwa, will do so at his or her own peril. 
“We will descend in his or her Constituency and dethrone him from his or her seat, It’s not a joke, we can’t continue lying low to the advantage of aging manipulators,” said Barasa.
He said that the attempts to de-whip Kiminini law maker as Minority deputy Whip is an indictment to the Mulembe Nation. 
“It’s only a few months ago when Bungoma senator Moses Wetang’ula was removed from Leader of minority position in the senate, iurge Dr.Eseli to lead  Ford Kenya and follow suit like Mithika Linturi and turn down the offer,” said Barasa.

He continued, Dr.Eseli who is the Ford Kenya National Secretary General should do the same if approached, let them keep their positions.  The Mulembe Nation must speak against traitors opportunists and political users,”.
National assembly minority whip said that Nasa parliamentary group will be meeting (Thursday) to also kick out labour committee member who is also Bungoma county woman rep Catherine Wambilianga.


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