Kututu Chache South Member Of Parliament Richard Momoima Onyonka has delivered bad news to members of Parliament from Mt Kenya region who are already defecting to UDA Party. According to Richard Onyonka, these members are just doing so for selfish reason. He said the wave moving around is for people seeking to be re_elected. Onyonka said that only 20 Percent of current members will be see the light of Parliament next year. The legislator was speaking at K24 TV on Tuesday night hosted by Debarl Inea alongside Murang'a Senator Irungu Kang'ata.
" These members migrating from Jubilee Party to UDA are thinking that they are going to be re_elected if they will join the Deputy President William Ruto. What they do not know is that there is always a 'parliament attrition' after every general elections. Only 80% of the current members of Parliament will be re_elected next year. They are looking for a wave in Central Kenya to be re_elected.i do believe, contrary to what Kang'ata is saying, that Central will be different under Ruto presidency or that Ruto will pick his running mate from Central Region and after that the cycle will repeat itself," Revealed Richard Onyonka.
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