Controversial blogger Robert Alai has this Sunday hinted out that four lawmakers are set to be ejected from their positions.
On Saturday, Kenyans thought Alai was making just but another political move and attack to Bungoma Senator Moses Masika Wetang’ula when he said that he was to be removed from his party, Ford Kenya.
Kenyans were quick to attack the blogger for the post only for what he said to come to pass a day later.
Alai has said that plan to send home four Members of Parliament has already been hatched.
However, the blogger did not list names of the said MPs but said their move to head to the court to challenge what will befall them won’t yield any fruits for them.
“I told you so. Wait for others coming. 4 MPs will lose seats next week. They will go to court but it’s all fixed,” Alai has said in a tweet.
Ford Kenya Party’s National Executive Council is said to have decided to eject Wetang’ula from the party’s top position on the ground of gross misconduct and not preaching peace and unity in the party.
His position was resumed by the Kanduyi MP Wafula Wamunyinyi as an interim party leader.
Ford Kenya’s Secretary-General Eseli Simuyi told the press that the party’s agendas and goals were not being fulfilled under Wetang’ula’s leadership.
However, the said meeting chair, Bungoma Governor Wycliffe Wangamati, is being blamed by leaders supporting Wetang’ula that the governor was for selfish agendas and not the grow the party as he alleged.