Photo: Dismas Mokua ( bottom) and Kennedy Kalonzo ( top ).
Yesterday, the National Assembly of Kenya elected nine individuals representing different political outlines to represent the country in the East African Legislative Assembly ( EALA).
One of the individuals who secured a huge win in the house having been elected by members of Parliament from both sides of the political divide was Wiper Democratic party boss Kalonzo Musyoka's son, Kennedy Kalonzo.
With the massive votes, political analyst and pundit Dismas Mokua has poked holes into Kennedy Kalonzo's record in the regional assembly. Speaking an exclusive interview with Nation Africa, Mokua accused Kennedy of being dormant in the assembly.
"He has been there for one term already yet he has nothing to write home," said Mokua.
Mokua however showered praises at former Mombasa County Senator Hassan Omar and former gubernatorial aspirant Suleiman Shabhal stating that they are best placed to take over the positions.
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