ODM tells Aisha Jumwa to spare coins for a by-election

ODM says expelled Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa should brace herself for by-election

ODM party secretary general Edwin Sifuna has tells off Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa to prepare for a y-election.

Speaking to local television, Sifuna insinuated that Aisha Jumwa contravened political parties act.

Speaking in an interview with KTN on Tuesday, April 9, Sifuna urged Jumwa to consider herself an outcast whether the party wins the Malindi by-election or not.

Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho

”We did not wait for Aisha Jumwa to jump, we kicked her out of the party. Whether we win or lose in Malindi, our decision to kick her out is final,” he said.

Earlier deputy president William Ruto had warned ODM officials against expelling Jumwa.

Ruto said that it would amount to double standard noting that the handshake brought political tolerance.

ODM says expelled Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa should brace herself for by-election

Jumwa has for sometimes been supporting Ruto’s presidential ambition.

The MP had, however, told her supporters she was not ready to relinquish her seat despite her removal from the ODM party through which she was elected. In a sustained onslaught against the party leadership, Jumwa insisted her ejection was not done in accordance with the rules and regulations and threatened to take the battle to court.

The Mp had accused governor Joho of her woes within ODM.

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In reiteration attack, allies of Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho told rebel Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leaders to stop dragging him into their woes.

With guns blazing, the leaders who included MPs Mishi Mboko (Likoni) and Teddy Mwambire (Ganze) warned Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa’s woes.

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“What the rebel MPs are doing is what can be well referred to as the kicks of a dying horse. When the governor influenced her appointment to the post, she kept quiet. We expected her to come out publicly and tell the Coast people that the governor played a role,” said Mr. Mwambire.

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