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Jubilee MPs in heated session after Uhuru's brother was linked to illegal sugar

Ruto and Uhuru teams in big fight

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Matiang'i's presence at the parliamentary committee sparked a heated debate as MPs accused the Interior CS of looking down on parliament.

Serem claimed that Muhoho was among sugar importers who had made Matiang'i fearful of making more pronouncements on the contraband sugar.

The legislator, who is an ally of Deputy President William Ruto, was quickly ruled out of order by the committee's co-chairperson, Kanini Kega, who blocked Serem's attempt to table the documents that would substantiate the claims.

Kega later ruled that Matiang'i should be given another opportunity to appear before the committee on Friday.

The development came amid reports of frosty relations between Kenyatta and Ruto.

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