Jubilee Party set to punish MP for defying Uhuru

A Jubilee lawmaker, who openly defied President Uhuru Kenyatta last Thursday during the chaotic passage of the Head of State's memorandum, has been "marked" by the outfit.

A senior official was at the weekend overheard how the party was concerned with the "unbecoming behavior" of the legislator.

The official said it was absurd that the MP who was "assisted" in the party primaries could have guts to face the party leader over the Value Added tax on petroleum products, while stating that "time will tell".

In other news, the question many are now asking is whether last Thursday’s vote a political contest by some senior politicians from the two main coalitions of Jubilee and the National Super Alliance?

Well, the Grapevine has been reliable informed that a top politician was hell bent to ensure Members of Parliament veto President Uhuru Kenyatta’s reservations to prove that he is force to reckon in the country’s political landscape.

The plot was also aimed at rocking President Uhuru’s handshake with his political arch rival-turn-bosom ally Raila Odinga.

The game plan sought to approve that Uhuru-Raila union could not assure the Head of State security in passing government Bills.

It is reported that one of the players in the scheme later called one of the senior leaders in Parliament and told him the need for unity in one of the coalitions.