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Speaker Wetangula Causes Laughter In Parliament After Using "Hot Air" Term During The EALA Voting

A moment of laughter has been witnessed in the National Assembly today after speaker Wetangula revisited the strong terms used by CJ Koome during the dismissal of presidential petition.

According to the video shared, the MPs were in the voting process of the candidates who have been fronted to the East Africa Legislative Assembly (EALA), he ordered the boxes to be opened to ensure that the voting was going to be free and fair. This is when he caused laughter after claiming that their was not going to be room for hot air and opaqueness in the EALA voting process.

"Are members satisfied that they are empty, excellent put them down. There is no room for hot air here neither shall there be opaqueness," Speaker Wetangula said as the members cheered in laughter.

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Mostly these terms were used during the election petition where Raila was challenging President Ruto's win when CJ Koome claimed that some of the evidence from the Azimio side were hot air.

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