Kositany revealed details of the meeting and also raised issues with how the invitations to the meeting were sent to the party members.
“Majority of us attended the PG meeting because we got the invite. It was sent to our phones, I know the Women Rep. for West Pokot who traveled overnight just to be there for the meeting.
“The message we got is that the meeting was to start at 9 a.m. 99% of the members were punctual, we waited until about 11,” complained Kositany on Citizen TV.
The MP revealed that the President walked in, the Deputy President and the Secretary-General and the master of ceremony invited Kajiado East MP Peris Tobiko to say a word of prayer.
Tuju then made very brief remarks, invited the Deputy President who then invited the President to speak after which the meeting was concluded.
The Jubilee members were promised another meeting in two weeks whereby those who had raised their hands to make comments would have an opportunity to air their views and make comments.
Kositany was disappointed that after waiting for three years for a Parliamentary Group meeting, the causus only lasted about 25 minutes.
The legislator added that more changes should be expected in Parliament as the Jubilee purge continues.
“The key message was making changes in the leadership of Parliament. A comment that there will be more changes within the Parliamentary leadership in terms of chairmanship in the Parliamentary Committees,” noted Kositany.
Kositany who had an interview alongside National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale refused to buy the Garissa Town MP’s explanation that the meeting was shortened due to Covid-19 restrictions.
“Listening to Honourable Duale saying because of Covid-19 the meeting had to be short, we were there for two hours waiting, maybe we would have been told to go there at 11 and leave at 11:25 if it was observing Covid-19 regulations,” stated Kositany.