COURT SUSPENDS REMOVAL OF SENATOR DULLO FROM POST OF MINORITY WHIP.

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Isiolo Senator Fatuma Dullo

BY SAM ALFAN.

Isiolo Senator Fatuma Dullo will remain the Minority Whip after the Political Parties Tribunal suspended a decision by the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya removing her from the post.

The tribunal chaired by Desma Nungo suspended the move by the coalition to remove Dullo from the position, pending the determination of her petition.

The collation met on February 14 and made several changes, among them, replacing Dullo with Narok Senator Ledama ole Kina.

“Interim orders of injunction are hereby issued restraining the Respondent and Interested Parties either by themselves, their servants, agents or or any other persons acting on their behest from implementing the communication and resolution by the Respondent’s Parliamentary Group meeting held on 14th February 2023,” the tribunal chairperson said.

The tribunal also barred the coalition from removing her from any of the parliamentary committees she is serving and the privileges accorded to the office.

The Tribunal directed Dullo to serve the court papers to Azimio law Umoja One Kenya Coalition, Kilifi Senator Stewart Madzayo, ole Kina and Speaker of the Senate within five days.

The legislator has sought to quash the changes in the Senate Leadership positions including the Speakers panel, Senate Business Committee, Office of the Minority whip and all standing committees of the Senate, pending hearing and determination of the petition.

She urged Tribunal to issue an order preserving all the leadership positions held by members of Jubilee Party in the speaker’s panel, Senate Business Committee, Office of the Minority whip and all standing committees of the Senate.

Dullo told the Tribunal since she was elected as minority whip, she has performed her functions of the office diligently and punctiliously as contemplated in law at all times articulated policies in line with the sponsoring party and other relevant legal requirements.

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