Nominated Senator Karen Nyamu was summoned to appear before the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party disciplinary committee after she was captured in an altercation during a concert in Dubai.
Speaking to Kenyans.co.ke, an official from the UDA party communication team confirmed that she had been asked to appear before the committee on Friday, December 23.
She was directed to appear before the committee at 9:30am.
The summons came after the lawmaker was filmed in an altercation with other people at popular Mugithi musician Samidoh's concert in the United Arab Emirates city over the weekend.
UDA, in its summons, noted that it had received numerous complaints from various quarters.
"In the said incident which is well captured on video that has been widely circulated in both mainstream and social media, your conduct and mannerism as exhibited in that incident has brought shame, disrepute and lowered the dignity of the party which nominated you to the office of Senator.
"Further, be informed that if the complaints against you as herein above specified are proved at the hearing, the consequences thereof are as provided in the Party Constitution," read the letter in part.
UDA explained to the lawmaker that she had a right to be represented by a lawyer during the hearings.
She was also given the alternative of representing herself.
After the Dubai incident, the Senator- in a video shared on social media platforms - attributed the incident to the fact that she was under the influence.
"Please pray for me, I don't want drama in 2023, and I also won't take alcohol again," she stated.
In the viral video, Nyamu was captured getting to Samidoh's stage, a move that prompted the security guards at the concert to remove her from the stage.