Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga is fearless.
Branding herself as a champion for youth, women, and children empowerment, Sen Omanga believes she has much to offer to the public.
She is well known in Nairobi County especially through her tweeter account, she tweets herself, and TikTok videos that she broadcasts.
On Thursday, she wrote a five worded tweet on the social media platform reassuring her fans and supporters not to be scared on shaken by the Jubilee party chopping board.
“All is well my people,” wrote Sen. Omanga.
She is the second senator ‘threatened’ with losing her position in Parliament who has spoken to the current developments at the party.
The first was Christine Zawadi who sought mercy from the party and blamed her absentia at the State House meeting to distance.
In a letter, Sen. Zawadi, who is from the Coast, said that with the current regional lockdowns in the country, she could not travel to Nairobi for the meeting.
She also went ahead to endorse the party changes in the leadership of Senate Majority Leader and party whip.
Sen. Kipchumba Murkomen replaced by Sen. Samuel Phogisio – majority leader and Sen. Susan Kihika replaced by Irungu Kangata – the whip.
Others on the party’s chopping board yet to give public replies include Mary Seneta (Kajiado), Naomi Waqo (Marsabit), and Falhada Iman (Garissa).
All the five women leaders are members of Inua Mama, Jenga Taifa Group that supports the Deputy President William Ruto.
Much remains to be seen if the ruling party will oust the women leaders or the ‘excuses’ the women will give the party of the important Parliamentary Group (PG) meeting chaired by President Uhuru Kenyatta.