Sudi accuses senators of receiving Ksh. 2 Million bribe to impeach Sonko
Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi has accused senators of receiving a bribe of Ksh. 2 Million to vote for the impeachment of Mike Sonko.
Sudi in a long post on facebook also dragged Uhuru’s name into the bribery allegations saying he used the senate to kick out Sonko.
According to Sudi, the impeachment of Sonko and Waititu who were allied to Deputy President William Ruto.
“Every Senator that voted for Governor Sonko’s impeachment was paid 2M each as Christmas kitty. It is sad that Senators sacrificed the will of the people of Nairobi County just to satisfy Uhuru Kenyatta. Uhuru Kenyatta is trying to secure his legacy through fighting William Ruto and cut down to size everybody close to William Ruto,” said Sudi.
“He began with Waititu and now Sonko out of insecurities that the duo will outshine him because they enjoyed overwhelming support from the two rich counties,” he also stated.
Sonko was impeached by the Nairobi County Assembly over charges of Gross Misconduct, lacking mental capacity, violation of the constitution and commission of crimes under the national laws.
In all the four counts, 27 senators voted yes, 16 voted no while two abstained.
Nairobi Senator Johnstone Sakaja and Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior are the ones who abstained.