Prior to the decision Wetangula will make in the afternoon, Lang'ata member of parliament honorable Felix Odwuor, well known by his as Jalang'o, sent a stern warning to Moses Wetang'ula, speaker of the national legislature.
Jalang'o advised the speaker at the parliament buildings that the Azimio camp should be declared the majority since they have the numbers according to data from the registrar of political parties.
"Because the course will follow the law, we are not even meant to be discussing taking a stance. The clerk has already received information from the registrar of political parties alerting him that Azimio has the numbers, "MP Jalang'o said.
Jalang'o has additionally asked Wetang'ula to follow the law when making his decision on the current situation because he considers himself to be a professional by law.
"Since our speaker is a lawyer, he should only stick to the law unless his political views alter. Otherwise, it is evident from the law that Azimio is the. majority , "MP Jalang'o concluded.
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