East Africa legislative assembly legislators from Kenya have today met for consultative talks on East Africa issues.
According to EALA legislator nominated by UDA party Maina Karobia, five EALA members of parliament from Kenya attended the meeting.
The Lawmakers were drawn from both ruling UDA party and opposition Azimio La Umoja movement. They put aside their political affiliations to discuss East Africa region matters.
Attendees included; Hassan Omar( UDA party), Iman Falhada Dekow( UDA party), Kanini Kega ( Jubilee party) and Suleiman Shahbal ( ODM party).
" Putting East Africa first. Hon. Hassan Omar, Suleiman Shahbal, Kanini Kega and Iman Falhada Dekow" tweeted EALA legislator Maina Karobia.
Winnie Odinga of ODM party and Kennedy Kalonzo of Wiper party were missing in the EALA MPs' consultative meeting. Winnie Odinga is the daughter of opposition chief Raila Odinga while Kennedy Kalonzo is son to Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka.
Others absent included; David Sankok of UDA party and Ziporrah Kering of UDA party.
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