Embattled nominated Amani National Congress MP Godfrey Osotsi now claims he recruited the party bigwigs when they were stranded and hopeless.
Over the weekend, the first term legislator said party leader Musalia Mudavadi had nowhere to go after several parties among them UDF were dissolved to pave way for creation of Jubilee Party.
"When 13 parties were being collapsed to form Jubilee, UDF was one of the parties that was dissolved. Mudavadi had no party at the time and I invited him into ANC," Mr Osotsi said in Vihiga.
Other leaders he claims he recruited from UDF are MPs Alfred Agoi (Sabatia), Ayub Savula (Lugari), John Bunyasi (Nambale), Alfred Sambu (Webuye East) and Vihiga Senator George Khaniri.
Early this week, Registrar of Political Parties Ann Nderitu confirmed that Osotsi was procedurally removed from the party, a move that could lead to his eviction from parliament.
"Once you confirm that the right process was followed, you act. That is what we are required to do so that the rights of an individual or the party constitution are not violated," Ms Nderitu said.
ANC party removed his name from the register after a long court battle. He had earlier lost his bid to be reinstated as party Secretary General, a post held by Barack Muluka.
While he's yet to communicate his next move, Osotsi says he's yet to receive official communication from Ms Nderitu and the ANC party.
“I have seen the letter. Someone forwarded it to me. The Registrar of Political Parties is yet to formally communicate to me,” Mr Osotsi told the Nation on Tuesday. He said he was studying the letter before determining his next move.