Kikuyu constituency member of parliament Hon Kimani Ichungwa has come out to dismiss Suna East Members of Parliament Junet Mohamed's comments claiming that the Azimio la Umoja coalition is having the majority of members in the National Assembly.
Taking to his social media platforms, the vocal United Democratic Alliance lawmaker said that the Kenya Kwanza coalition has more than 160 members of parliament in the National Assembly.
He also added that there are 12 elected independent candidates in the National Assembly who are allied to the Kenya Kwanza coalition. He also expressed confidence in UDA winning the 3 deferred seats and three of which are yet to be declared by the IEBC.
Ichungwa also said that UDA has 24 elected Senators therefore they are controlling the Senate. He urged Kenyans to ignore Junet Mohamed for making wrong calculations at the KICC meeting.
This comes as the nation anxiously waits for the IEBC to conclude vote tallying at the Bomas of Kenya and declare the presidential winner in the just concluded elections.
All attention will now focus on Wafula Chebukati and his team at the Bomas of Kenya.
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