Uasin Gishu Women Representative Gladys Boss Shollei has termed the removal of MPs from parliamentary committees as frightening.
Shollei who chairs the committee delegated legislation is among Tangatanga politicians earmarked to be dewhipped for their allegiance with Deputy President William Ruto.
Speaking in her Eldoret office when she met various groups on Friday, the vocal politician said she had nothing to lose should the Jubilee Party remove her.
“Personally, I am waiting for next week. If they remove me from the delegated committee, I won’t mind. It will give me more time to spend in Uasin Gishu. I am very resourceful member of the committee. We can serve elsewhere because ultimately, I am only answerable to the people of Uasin Gishu,” she said.
The former Judiciary registrar maintained her innocence saying her team received numerous recognition under her tenure and it would be fair to table the accusations.
She further waded into the removal of her colleague Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa from the Parliamentary Service Commission, which she noted was an independent commission.
She argued that ouster of a commissioner from such independent body was solely left in the hands of a tribunal not political parties, and only upon being found guilty of gross misconduct.
“It is only fair that you tell me what wrong I did. When you say you are dewhipping Aisha Jumwa from the PSC, that is an independent commission. We know to remove a commissioner from an independent commission, you must set a tribunal. That was not the case,” she added.
Her remarks comes after the Jubilee party ejected four Senators allied to DP Ruto, from their powerful committees in the Senate as the purge on alleged errant members continues to gain momentum.