Nick Salat now claims that he is being targeted for removal from his position as Kanu secretary general for criticizing Gideon Moi, the chairman of the party, for bringing the independence party into disrepute.
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The long-serving SG was suspended by the ex-senator for Baringo after he was accused of wrongdoing and violating the party constitution.
This culminated in months of boardroom conflicts between the two senior executives.
According to Gideon, the decision to suspend the SG Nick Salat was made at a meeting of the party’s National Executive Council following “many complaints about your behavior.”
The case has been sent to the party’s disciplinary committee for hearing and resolution within the next thirty days, according to the letter dated December 15 that acknowledges the referral of the subject.
But Salat argued that the suspension was unlawful and disclosed that he was the object of the investigation because he confronted Gideon about the way the party was being governed.
Since Gideon took over as head of the party, Salat bemoaned, the party’s fortunes have been going downhill ever since Gideon took over.
According to Salat, Gideon and the NEC do not possess the ability to punish or suspend him.
According to the outspoken politician, Gideon along with himself (Salat) and other party executives were placed as temporary authorities by the national delegates conference in 2012, awaiting elections.
According to what he claimed, the elections have never been held to affirm them as authorities who have the entire ability and mandate to suspend an official of the party.
Since the leader of the party, Gideon, applied for a seat in the East African Legislative Assembly and filed his application to Parliament, Salat and Gideon have been at odds with one another. Salat views Gideon’s action as self-serving.
In addition, Salat had submitted his name so that it may be considered for candidacy for EALA on the Kanu ticket, which sparked a political conflict with Gideon, who eventually withdrew from the race.
Salat said that the party had lost its splendor because the chairman had “personalized” the once-vibrant organization.
Salat said that Gideon was micromanaging everything and bringing the party to a standstill as a result.