The Jubilee Party has warned all Jubilee MCAs against participating in any process to change Nairobi Assembly Standing Orders that seek to clip political parties’ powers in determining house leadership.
In a letter addressed to majority leader Abdi Guyo who is pushing for the changes Tuju says Jubilee is not in support of the changes and that the process should stop forthwith.
“We have learnt with dismay of an attempt by some MCAs to change the standing orders of the county assembly in order to remove the role of political parties in determining the leadership of the house…Jubilee Party do not approve this attempt to undermine the mandate of political parties as envisaged in law” letter from Tuju reads
“This is to communicate to you the party position that you withdraw the participation of all Jubilee MCAs in this matter,” the letter reads.
The changes are yet to be passed by assembly.