Azimio- Kenyan lawmaker from the Wiper party announces coalition's next move should National Assembly speaker Moses Wetangula determine that Kenya Kwanza is the majority in parliament.
Member of Parliament for Kitui Central, Makali Mulu, reaffirmed today at Parliament that the Azimio One Kenya coalition has a majority in the National Assembly. According to him, the coalition is led by a letter from the party registrar stating that the coalition, and not Kenya Kwanza, has the majority of seats in parliament.
In light of this, he has stated that the coalitions will go to court to dispute the judgment of Speaker Moses Wetangula if he rules in favor of President William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza camp.
Both sides are claiming a majority in parliament, and Speaker Moses Wetangula is due to rule on the topic today.
Azimio Ugunja MP Opiyo Wandayi was chosen to lead the coalition majority in parliament by the One Kenya coalition, while Kenya Kwanza voted for Kimani Ichungwah.
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