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Westlands MP speaks after visiting his brother, speaker Wetangula at his office in company of MPs

MP Wanyonyi and other MPs pose for a photo after visiting national assembly speaker Moses Wetangula at his office.

Westlands member of parliament Timothy Wanyonyi today paid a courtesy call to national assembly speaker Moses Wetangula at his office in the parliamentary buildings, Nairobi.

Legislator Timothy Wanyonyi, who is brother to the national assembly speaker Moses Wetangula was accompanied by several legislators from western region led by Malava legislator Moses Malulu Injendi.

The third serving ODM party member of parliament said that they found the national assembly speaker in his signature bubbly element. He went ahead to wish the assembly speaker all the best in discharging his duties.

" We paid a courtesy call to national assembly speaker Moses Wetangula,...and found Papa Wa Roma in his signature bubbly element. All the best brother" posted Westlands legislator Timothy Wanyonyi on his official Facebook page.

The two brothers belongs to different political affiliations. Timothy Wanyonyi is a member of Azimio movement while speaker Moses Wetangula is a member of Kenya Kwanza Alliance and party leader of FORD Kenya party.

Wetangula was reelected for a third term on a FORD Kenya party ticket before resigning to vie for national assembly speaker which he eventually won after beating Azimio's Kenneth Marende.

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