Tim Wanyonyi has broken his silence ahead of voting amidst reports the he could support his brother Moses Wetangula to be the speaker. According to Wanyonyi, Wetangula is his brother but it's evident they belong to different factions of the political divide.
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Tim Wanyonyi is of the view that his vote remains a secret because he is not a member of the Kenya Kwanza camp. He is clear that though he is conflicted between party and Wetangula being his brother, he will vote secretly.
Tim Wanyonyi has however wished Wetangula and Marende all the best as they fight for the position of speaker. It's expected that Tim Wanyonyi is expected to support Wetangula for blood is thicker than the political affiliations.
It's interesting to know of how Tim Wanyonyi is going to vote today but he has made it clear that his vote remains a secret. Kenyans are keenly watching of the next speakers of senate and National Assembly.
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