Both the majority and minority sides of the Senate assembly's leadership have come under scrutiny. This is demonstrated by the fact that the majority party leader in the Senate has been a point of contention between opposing political groups. Amason Kingi, the speaker of the Senate, has finally resolved the conflict between the Kenya Kwanza and the Azimio alliance.
The Kenya Kwanza has now been declared the majority in the Senate by the speaker. Aron Cheruiyot, a senator from Kericho and a member of the Kenya Kwanza coalition, has been named the majority leader in the Senate as a result of the decision. The Speaker made the decision and provided additional instructions regarding who will serve as the Chief Whip and the minority leader in the Senate.
The Senate Speaker appointed Makueni Senator Enoc Wambua as the Minority Leader in the Senate, and Boni Khalwale of Kakamega was named as the Senate's Chief Whip. According to the information posted by TV 47 on their official Facebook account, which is displayed below, this is the case.
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