Several Jubilee politicians came to the defence of government after suspended lands CS scathingly tore into the President Uhuru’s selective fight against corruption.
The Â lands CS lambasted President Uhuru and his Deputy William Ruto, telling them to begin packing as they have failed. Ngilu took issue with the selective manner the government is fighting corruption, claiming there is manifest bias.
She claimed powerful officials are protection from the government, a reference directed at the government’s open support for devolution CS Anne Waiguru.
Led by nominated MP and TNA Chairman Johnson Sakaja, the MPs reminded Ngilu that she is suspended and should remain quiet awaiting her fate from the President.
â€œThere is an acting Lands minister who should speak about this matter. She did not go home with the ministryâ€™s property,â€ Mr Sakaja told journalists at Parliament Buildings.
Others reminded Ngilu she brought nothing to Jubilee, if anything, they said, her Kamba community voted CORD. The CS is rumoured to be warming up to CORD ahead of the 2017 elections.