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Azimio-OKA Leaders Get Irritated With President Ruto's Impromptu Visit to Parliament

Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Alliance allied Members of Parliament have been left irritated after President William Samoei Ruto made an impromptu visit to the National Assembly. The head of state arrived at Parliament buildings abruptly catching lawmakers off guardddddd.

He later joined the leaders in Lunch and later held a private meeting with National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula. The details of his close-door meeting with Moses Wetangula are still scanty but political pundits believe it is related to tomorrows sitting where Moses Wetangula is set to declare who has the majority in the National Assembly between Azimio and Kenya Kwanza.

Despite receiving a warm welcome in the National Assembly, leaders allied to the Azimio la Umoja have expressed their dissatisfaction with President Ruto's visit to the National Assembly especially when Moses Wetangula is set to deliver an important ruling.

Some of them have accused him of trying to undermine the independence of the Legislature. They have asked him to allow MPs to do their job. Some such as Alego Usogo MP have also alleged that Moses Wetangula will deliver a ruling that will favor his Kenya Kwanza Alliance.

All attention will now focus on the National Assembly to see which decision they will deliver on Thursday as far as numbers between Azimio la Umoja and Kenya Kwanza is concerned.


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