Top Hon. Robert Mbui, a supporter of Raila Amollo Odinga, has considered his options in the majority-minority deadlock and provided chilling details about what would likely occur if the Kenya Kwanza Alliance (KKA) were given the majority seats. Hon. Mbui, a Kathiani lawmaker, claims that if the executive were to gain control of KKA in Parliament, it would do so.
If Kenyan Kwanza Mps are granted the status of the Parliament Majority, Robert Mbui said, "the executive will control them."
Robert Mbui, who was chosen to succeed Opiyo Wundayi as majority leader, indicated that KKA will be required to carry out whatever orders the president and executive give them. He also clarified that lawmakers' duties include oversight and drafting laws.
Every member, whether in Kenya Kwanza or Azimio, has a responsibility to make sure they hold this government accountable. They do not realize that the Executive genuinely has authority over them, Robert said.
They are vying for control in order to get an advantage in membership committees and have all of the chairs come from their alliances. When will they represent Kenyans, he questioned, given that these chairs will be receiving orders directly from State House?
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