Hours after being kicked out of the powerful National Cohesion and Equal Opportunity Committee, nominated legislator David Ole Sankok has blamed a section of Kieleweke Mps for his dismissal.
Ole Sankok blames his woes on his fellow nominated Mp Maina Kamanda for threatening him a few weeks ago when he paid him a courtesy call at his Narok ranch after which he instructed the outspoken legislator to direct insults at Deputy President William Ruto.
“You came to my home Kunitisha, you threatened me that my life will be miserable in Nairobi because “wewe ndio deep State and system combine. You demanded that I must abuse the DP… When I asked you how, you told me to just call him a thief,” wrote the emboldened Mp on his Facebook page.
The PWD representative says that Kamanda further asked him to visit ODM offices at Capitol Hill for Raila Odinga to sanitize him.
Sankok continued: “You also demanded that I must visit capital hill office to be sanitized…as a Christian my sins can only be cleansed by God through the blood of His only begotten son Jesus Christ.”
A regretful Sankok says that he learnt his lesson and after a moment of soul-searching realized he had been hoodwinked into disrespecting the second in command.
” I took a sabbatical leave, a tactical retreat to write my Will, and now I am ready and willing to pay the ultimate price. I am unbowed, I am unshaked, I am stronger and I am firmly in support of Jubilee 2022 presidential candidate Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto EGH DP. I am a hustler both by default and by nature.”
The Tanga Tanga Mp is one of the staunch supporters of Deputy President William Ruto who have been removed from lucrative positions by the governing Jubilee Party.
His day of reckoning came today when National Assembly speaker Justin Muturi told parliament that he had received notification from the ruling party on the removal of Sankok.
“I have received and accepted a letter from the Jubilee party that it has discharged Hon. David Ole Sankok from the Committee on National Cohesion and Equal Opportunity with immediate effect. The vacancy will be filled in 14 days,” Muturi told the House.