Former majority leader in the national assembly, Aden Duale has sparked reactions in the 'house' when he 'broached' the president in the fuel matter situation, by simply and typically referring to him as, 'this president'.
While voicing his concerns, he has accused the president on punishing and making Kenyans suffer by using 'Article 115' which gives him the veto powers over 'certain types of laws'.
Bitter Aden has expressed intention of seeking interpretation from judge George Odunga over the same. He wants clarification to what extent are 'veto powers' attached to the head of state.
Recently, there has been war of words between the national assembly and the senate over the overall mandate of the body fully charged with the taxation regimes. It was affirmed that the assembly house was dully fixed on that role.
Now, attention has shifted from the 'house' to the president, members now want detailed furnishment of relevant data touching on fuel from the head of state side. Garissa Member of Parliament side of tale, appears he has 'hit where it pains the most', that is, (inviting the president in this circus).
How do you find, the honourable member? Is he somehow underrating the head of government? What about 'fuel prices?'
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