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The Wiper Democratic Movement (WDM) Party has vowed to take disciplinary action against Members of Parliament from the party that voted ‘yes’ to the Finance Bill 2024.

In a brief statement on Friday, June 21, the Kalonzo Musyoka-led party noted that it had clearly instructed all its members to vote against the bill.

The party noted that going against the instructions had consequences and that there were no exemptions in the disciplinary action.Daadab Member of Parliament Farah Maalim was one of the MPs from the party who voted in favour of the bill.

“All our MPs were instructed to reject the Finance Bill 2024 and that is on record. There were no exemptions. Choices have consequences not just the two, but ALL who betrayed Kenyans,” Wiper Party stated.The Finance Bill 2024 sailed through to the next stage on Thursday after 204 MPs voted in favour of it while 115 MPs voted against it.

Wiper boss Musyoka lauded the 115 MPs who rejected the bill, even as he also expressed gratitude to the younger generation who turned out to the streets in numbers to protest the bill.

“You have publicly expressed your displeasure with this dishonest and insensitive Kenya Kwisha regime, whose primary purpose appears to be embezzling your hard-earned money.

“I have repeatedly termed this bill unreasonable, unsound and uncorrectable. It is a grave betrayal of Kenyans and I applaud the 115 MPs who paid attention and voted No on its Second Reading,” Kalonzo remarked.

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