Information hitting the airwaves is that Azimio Coalition chairman, President Uhuru Kenyatta has summoned Azimio- One Kenya Members of Parliament for a meeting at State House Nairobi on Wednesday, ahead of first Parliament sitting on Thursday.
On the other President elect William Ruto is believed to have called similar meeting, inviting all Kenya Kwanza Elected MPs for a meeting at his Karen official residence on same day, Wednesday.
Though agenda is not disclose, speculation is that the meeting will chart way forward for both Azimio- One Kenya and Kenya Kwanza camps as far as the leadership of both the House of Senate and National Assembly is concerned.
The meeting is also expected to have chart on rest of the positions and how they will be shared especially the majority and minority leaders, majority whip and minority whip.
Azimio- One Kenya enjoy majority in National Assembly, 163 MPs. However President elect William Ruto has been able to pull about 10 independent candidate out of 12 to his camp.
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