Justin Muturi, speaker for the National Assembly has urged political parties to accept the coalition agreement as it will help bring stability to our nation politically. He made reference to 2013 when The National Alliance party (TNA) and United Republican Party (URP) made a coalition and won the elections. The coalition party formed received a lot of respect and recognition in the country.
While speaking, he sad that he will be among the presidential aspirants in the August elections vying through the Democratic Part (DP) ticket. He asked Kenyans to vote for him promising to make their lives better.
"When people work in coalitions, there's is a lot of respect and stability...kwa sababu wewe ni kiongozi wa chama kile, na mwingine ni kiongozi wa chama kile kingine. Politics ni interests, wewe kama kiongozi wa chama hiki unasimamia maslahi ya chama chako... Yule mwingine pia," Muturi said. "Kama mnazungumza pamoja, pana heshima kubwa. Vyama vyote iko na haki kwa sababu vimesajiliwa, there's political right guaranteed under Article 38 of the constitution," he added.
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