NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 27- Tiaty Member of Parliament Asman Kamama has ditched the Jubilee Party, days after he announced that he would surrender his position as the Chairperson of the Parliamentary National Security Committee.
Kamama has joined the Machakos Governor Dr Alfred Mutua led Maendeleo Chap Chap party, which he will use to defend his seat.
The MP has been facing criticism from his counterparts and including leaders from his region who accuse him of having a hand in the banditry attacks in the Kerio Valley that has claimed tens of lives.
He has since refuted the claims, saying he has not been in control of security authorities in the troubled region.
The Chap Chap Party continues to bag more leaders from various parties as nominations nears.
On Tuesday, the party will hold a convention for all its aspirants at the Kasarani indoor arena to discuss nominations and party structures.
The Party leader says the agenda of the meeting will also include strategies to develop strong and transparent structures that will guide the party.
“These structures will guide the party before, during the election period and in future,” said Mutua.
He added that his party seeks to bring real development to the people through servant leadership, justice, fairness and democratic practices.