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Amount Of Money Isaac Mwaura Will Lose After Being Kicked Out Of Senate 

Life is unfolding in a manner nominated Senator Isaac Mwaura would not have anticiapted. The vocal legislator found himself in the cold after Senate Speaker Kenneth Lusaka issued a Gazette notice declaring his seat vacant. 

His troubles started when he jumped ship from the party that had nominated him to the Senate and joined the ‘rebel’  United Democratic Alliance (UDA), a party associated with Deputy President William Ruto. And he went full throttle in his not so pleasant remarks directed at the powers that be forgetting that he was nominated. This miffed some powerful individuals who have worked overtime to see that he was finally out of the Senate. 

Senators Kipchumba Murkomen, Susan Kihika, Kithure Kindiki and Samson Cherargey tried to save his skin, questioning why Lusaka was going against a court order. 

The turn of events will badly dent Mwaura’s pocket as shown below:

Basic salary-kes710,000

Sitting allowance-kes45,000 per week used to kes60,000 per week but was reduced due to covid-19

Travel allowance

Mileage allowance

Housing allowance-kes250,000

Car grant-kes5 million

Mortgage-kes20 million

Medical cover- Sh10 million for inpatient cover per family, Sh300,000 for outpatient, Sh150,000 for maternity and Sh75,000 for dental care.

Office rent-kes50,000

Others paid by the parliamentary Service Commission (PSC include security personnel, researchers, office assistants and drivers )

For the two terms he served as a legislator, the MP will benefit from a monthly sum of kes125,000 monthly pension.

Also Read: Isaac Mwaura Biography, Age, Education, Family and Early Life, Career and Achievements