LEAKED SEXTAPE: Fatuma Gedi nicknamed 'briefcase woman' after she brought evidence with briefcase in parliament claiming William Ruto was a "THIEF" KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, September 6, 2022

LEAKED SEXTAPE: Fatuma Gedi nicknamed 'briefcase woman' after she brought evidence with briefcase in parliament claiming William Ruto was a "THIEF"

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Fatuma Gedi nicknamed 'briefcase woman' after she brought evidence with briefcase in parliament claiming William Ruto was a "THIEF". (Read More Here).


A Kenyan wrote: "Fatuma Gedi from Wajir! The lady who even brought evidence with briefcase in parliament claiming William Ruto was a "THIEF". She is now cooking and selling mandazi in Wajir town." (Read More Here).

Gedi was found guilty by the Powers and Privileges Committee of being in breach of the Leadership and Integrity Act and will face disciplinary action that could include losing her seat if the House strictly adopts the report of the committee.

The Powers and Privileges Committee is chaired by House Speaker Justin Muturi. The committee recommended that the legislator be disciplined for directly using information obtained through or in connection with her office as an MP to further her private interests. (Read More Here).

The Powers and Privileges Act states that where the relevant House of Parliament finds that a member has committed a breach of privilege, the relevant House of Parliament may impose penalties, such as vacation of a seat pursuant to Articles 75(2)(b) and 103(1)(c) of the Constitution.

The committee can also impose other penalties, including: “A formal warning, reprimand, apologising to the House or a person in a manner to be recommended by the committee, withholding, for a specific period of time, of the member’s rights, removal for a specified period of time of the member from any parliamentary position, fine in terms of the member’s monthly salary and allowances as well as suspension."

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