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Full List: Finally Jubilee expels 6 rebel senators

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Jubilee has expelled 6 nominated senators from the party after weeks of speculation that disciplinary actions were coming. The list of the six expelled senators has been published by the Jubilee National management Committee.
In a letter seen by Daily Press, Jubilee Secretary-General Raphael Tuju said the National Management Committee (NMC) met on Monday 8th and deliberated on a report by the party’s disciplinary committee on the six senators.
“The NMC in exercising its mandate as provided for under Article 7(2A) of the Party constitution and relying on other enabling provisions of the Party constitution has expelled the following nominated senators from the Jubilee Party,” read part of the statement.
The six are deemed as rebels have openly shown their support to Deputy President William Ruto and on various occasions have been seen as fierce critics of the president who is the Jubilee party leader.
Your speculation on who among the nominated senators are on the list might not be far from the reality.
Below is a list of the 6 nominated senators expelled by the Jubilee party.

List of nominated expelled from Jubilee party
  1. Senator Millicent Omanga
  2. Senator Mary Yiane Seneta
  3. Senator Isaac Mwaura
  4. Senator Iman Falhada Dekow
  5. Senator Prengei Victor
  6. Senator Naomi Jilo waqo

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