The Jubilee Party’s National Disciplinary Committee has summoned Nominated MCA Anne Thumbi accusing her of being disloyal to the party and disrespectful to its internal organs.  

The committee has summoned Thumbi to appear before it this Friday to respond to the charges against or face disciplinary action that might possibly also see her lose her political seat.

In the letter dated November 24 signed by committee vice chairperson, the MCA will hear of the complaints against her during the session at Jubilee Party headquarters in Pangani, Nairobi.

The MCA, who resumed her nursing duties at the Waithaka Health Center in Dagoretti to fight Covid-19, is set to present herself at Pangani to respond to the said claims.

Thumbi has allied herself with DP William Ruto, who has since publicly fallen out with President Uhuru Kenyatta and this is perceived to be the cause of her current political troubles.

The Nominated MCA sided with Jubilee Party candidate McDonald Mariga when many expected her to back late Ken Okoth’s brother, Imran Okoth, who carried the day in the Kibra by-election.

For this reason, many expected Thumbi to side with Ken Okoth's brother Imran Okoth who was in the race for an ODM ticket.

Thumbi revealed her true stance when she stood in solidarity with the Jubilee Candidate Mariga.

Thumbi stopped the late Kibra MP Ken Okoth’s burial saying she had a baby with him while working as a nurse at Aga Khan Hospital before she was nominated to the assembly in 2017.

The 31-year-old mother of one was nominated to the Nairobi county assembly by Jubilee Party after the 2017 general election and hails from Tetu constituency in Nyeri County.