Mwingi West MP Charles Nguna is calling for Kenyans and the national assembly to take harsh punitive measures against MPs who supported the finance bill with changes which had been made by the president through a memorandum to parliament lowering the VAT on fuel products to 8% from 16%.
Mr Nguna is calling for a total overhaul of the house leadership; including the speaker, and both the majority and minority leaders.
On an interview at Winzyei location in Migwani Sub County in Kitui County where he had attended a burial ceremony, the legislator accused Speaker Justin Muturi of conspiring with the house top leadership in robbing the opposers their victory to the detriment of poor Kenyans.
However, Mr Nguna called upon Kenyans to support the president in his efforts to undertake development across the nation, calling upon President Uhuru Kenyatta to ensure equitable distribution of resources acquired from the 8% VAT on fuel products.
He also called upon the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) to strengthen its revenue collection mechanisms in order to ensure that all Kenyans adhere to tax requirements and improve revenue collection which in turn would lower the heavy burden of borrowing which the country is currently facing.