The leaders went to court to challenge attempts to remove them from the House teams and were granted stay order. Our matter is still pending in court and it was wrong in the first place for President Kenyatta to summon MPs to discuss our issue,” he added. I cannot be a pushover and I will remain chairman of the committee, as elected by MPs. Bowen claimed: “I am in Jubilee to stay because I was elected to present the views of my people. During the State House meeting, President Kenyatta said Jubilee MPs who were elected against the party’s wish were ‘selfish’.
Source: Standard Digital January 19, 2018 21:00 UTC