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You Don't Become Majority In Parliament By Words But By Numbers Sifuna- Cherargei

Yesterday president William Ruto visited the parliament unexpectedly. This has led to many rumours erupting from both sides of major coalitions within the parliament. But the issue of which side owns the majority in the national assembly is what is linked up to Ruto's visit since many claims that he is working in favour of Kenya Kwanza. Cherargei however came out in defence of his party leader and also Kenya Kwanza being the majority in the parliament.

Cherargei said that amidst claim that is erupting from the Azimio side of being the majority, Kenya Kwanza has met the constitutional threshold of being the majority in the national assembly."My brother Edwin Sifuna what you need to understand is in order for any party or coalition to be called the majority then they must meet the highest number just as constitution requires. Not in words just like members of your coalition are making noise with it left, right and center."Said Cherargei.

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