Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika is now alleging that a powerful statehouse official asked her for a hand in marriage but she declined, explaining the reason behind her recent troubles.
She has threatened to release the alleged “dirty Photos” from statehouse of powerful men who has been flooding her WhatsApp with unimaginable photos.
“I still have the photos with me, i can release them anytime. All i need is my seat back or else things will get messy. I’m ready to die for this.”
The 43 year old beautiful Senator claims that very powerful people from statehouse has been battling to have her, but since she declined their proposals, they decided to remove from powerful Position.
“I have had several marriage proposals from statehouse but I keep turning them down, they are so disappointed by now and that is the reason they decided to kick me out.” She said
The young and admirable Senator said that from the onset when she declined such proposals, she knew that she was in for deep troubles with the big men.
“The moment I declined all their offerings, I knew I will be a woman to watch. So I was prepared for anything.” Kihika said
She says that she has declined even several dates that she has been requested to attend.
“I have declined and blocked several of their calls, they keep calling even when I’m home with my family. I have declined several dates in some of the superb hotels, I’m sure some of these things are part of my trouble.” She stated
Yesterday Kihika bitterly protested her removal as the Senate Majority Whip by a Jubilee Senate Parliamentary Group meeting that was chaired by President Uhuru Kenyatta In State House Yesterday.
She says that decisions made were against Standing orders and unlawful and was made out of bitterness and jealously.
“As Jubilee Senators, we did not receive any formal invitation for any meeting with an agenda to discuss the removal of Senate Majority Leader and Senate Majority Whip
We held consultative meetings and would like to inform the Speaker that the requirements of Standing Order 19 that make it mandatory for more than half of Senators to remove a Majority Leader or Majority Whip were not met,” she notes in the letter.
She, therefore, wants the decision to remove them to be reversed on grounds that it failed to meet the legal bar.
“We, therefore, hold that the leadership of the Majority Party in the Senate remains as it has been until the requirements of the Constitution of Kenya, Standing Orders and Jubilee Party Constitution are all adhered to.
All communication on the removal of leaders as provided by Standing Order 19 can only be written by Majority Leader and Majority Whip.”
The letter has been copied to the Clerk of the Senate and 22 Senators.
State Spokesperson Kanze-Dena Mararo released a statement on the meeting which effected the changes on Senate leadership.
It said: “His Excellency the President today at State House, Nairobi chaired a Jubilee Coalition Parliamentary Group meeting that brought together Senators from Jubilee Party and the Kenya African National Union (KANU).”
It further read:
“During the meeting, attended by 20 Senators, the Parliamentary Group meeting resolved to strengthen the Coalition’s Senate Leadership and elected the following new leaders: Majority Leader – Samuel Poghisio, (West Pokot County), Majority Chief Whip – Irungu Kang’ata, (Murang’a County), Deputy Majority Leader – Fatuma Dullo Adan, (Isiolo County) and Deputy Majority Chief Whip – Farhiya Ali Haji, (Nominated Senator, Nairobi County).”