The bill being drafted by the Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Alliance coalation Technocrats have received a positive nod from their counterparts in Kenya Kwanza. The bill seeks to reintroduce the office of official opposition leader that should be funded from the exchequer.
The United democratic alliance party of Kenya Johnson Muthama has revealed that this is a great move since Kenya will now have a strong opposition. He was keen to note that a person in the stature of Raila Amollo Odinga needs to be recognised for him to meet the large number of voters who came out to vote for him.
Muthama was keen to note that she fifth president of Kenya William Samoei Arap Ruto has highlighted that she opposition in the country should be made more stronger to Keep the government in check. The leader of Majority Kimani Ichungwa was ken to note that they will support the bill but some sections of it should be ammended. He was keen to note that the office should either be funded by government of solicit funds from donors. Please leave your thoughts in our comments section below.
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