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Tim Wanyonyi Reveals Whether He Will Back His Brother Wetangula For Speaker Seat

The members of the national assembly and senate are expected to take an oath of office today before electing the speakers and deputy speakers of both houses.

Speakers of the houses will be keen when members will be passing ammendments.Both Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance and Kenya Kwanza coalition are keen to ensure that their candidates take the seat.

Kenya Kwanza has nominated Moses Wetangula to be their candidate for the speaker of the national assembly and Gladys Shollei as his deputy.

On the other hand Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance has fronted Kenneth Marende for the speaker of the national assembly.

Moses Wetangula is brother to Honarable Tim Wanyonyi who is the member of parliament for Westlands.They are however on different political stands with Wanyonyi elected on an Orange Democratic Movement party.

Photo:Tim Wanyonyi

Tim Wanyonyi has clarified that it is not a must for him to vote for Wetangula since they are in opposing sides He however maintains that he cannot disclose his vote publicly.

Source:Citizen TV

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Azimio La Umoja Kenya Alliance Moses Wetangula Tim Wanyonyi


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