The Senate has its own Standing Orders and it is upon the assemblies to form theirs.” Nairobi Majority leader Abdi Guyo and the Minority whip Peter Imwatok also told Senate not to meddle in the recent impeachments.
ODM leader Raila Odinga has stopped the removal of two party members from their leadership positions in the county assembly There was a plot to replace Minority Leader Elias Okumu and Minority Whip Peter Imwatok with Highrise MCA Kennedy Oyugi and Lower Savanna MCA Nicholas Okumu respectively.
The party officials agreed to retain Elias Otieno and Peter Imwatok as minority leader and minority whip respectively.
He announced that the party had replaced Minority Leader Elias Otieno and Minority Whip Peter Imwatok with Kennedy Oyugi (Highrise) and Nicholas Okumu (Savanna) respectively.
Sifuna and Ong’wen are against Mbadi over his decision to replace the Assembly’s Minority leader Elias Okumu (Kileleshwa MCA) and Peter Imwatok (Minority Whip) with Highrise MCA Kennedy Oyugi and Savannah’s Nicholas Okumu as Minority Leader and Whip respectively.
Sifuna and ODM Executive Director Oduor Ong’wen are against Mbadi's decision to replace Nairobi Assembly’s minority leader Elias Okumu and Minority Whip Peter Imwatok with Highrise MCA Kennedy Oyugi and Savannah’s Nicholas Okumu respectively.
procedure not followed Mbadi had pushed for the replacement of minority leader Elias Otieno and whip Peter Imwatok with Kennedy Oyugi (Highrise MCA) and Nicholas Okumu (Savanna MCA) respectively.
This was after minority leader Elias Okumu and minority whip Peter Imwatok went against a party call not to effect changes to its committee membership.
Whereas Mbadi maintains ODM has replaced Kileleshwa MCA Elias Okumu with Highrise MCA Kennedy Oyugi as minority leader and Makongeni’s Peter Imwatok with Lower Savannah’s Nicholas Okumu as whip, Ong’wen has suspended the changes.
REPLACED This comes after Mr Mbadi replaced the assembly’s Minority Leader Elias Otieno (Kileleshwa MCA) and Minority Chief Whip Peter Imwatok (Makongeni MCA) with Highrise ward rep Kennedy Oyugi and Lower Savanna’s Nicholas Okumu respectively in a letter dated October 25.