Political factions are busy campaigning for their respective candidates for the position of Speakers in the National Assembly and the Senate. Among the leaders who have been fronted for the National Assembly seat are Moses Wetangula for Kenya Kwanza Alliance and Kenneth Marende for Azimio movement.
Azimio allied blogger Lord Abraham Mutai left many Kenyans talking online after predicting that Kenya Kwanza Alliance candidate will win the National Assembly position against their candidate Marende.
Taking to his Twitter account, Mutai said, "Kenneth Marende Won't Defeat Moses Wetangula. Marende is a bad choice for Azimio La Umoja. Moses is far much popular, relatable and has been around far too long than Kenneth Marende! Moses Wetangula will White wash Marende".https://twitter.com/ItsMutai/status/1567779293589028864?t=XCHg5Nr0Yfw6uvE4atkcSg&s=19
The two political factions have almost equal number of members of parliament in both houses and the side which independent candidate will incline may determine the Winning candidate. The voting is scheduled to be held Today.
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