The post-poll coalition between the Jubilee party and independence party KANU has been suspended just a week after it was consummated.
This is after Jubilee deputy Secretary-General Caleb Kosittany and three others filed an appeal with the Political Parties Tribunal.
The petitioners sought orders to have the political union declared “invalid, illegal and of no effect in law”.
The Political Parties Tribunal ruled that the coalition will only take effect after the NEC approves it.
Dennis Itumbi, HSC @OleItumbi : The Political Parties Tribunal rules that the KANU and Jubilee Post Election deal is ILLEGAL. Jubilee NEC must be convened for such a decision to be made. The same has been communicated to Senate.
So, The Senate Leadership remains as it is.