Taking to his Twitter account on Tuesday night, the vocal analyst who was leaning towards Azimio coalition during the electioneering period says that Azimio is the legal Majority party.
He further argues that the only ruling that should be made is one that declares Azimio the majority, anything other than that is illegal.
"Majority party is Azimio. Issues being raised are valid, but can only be resolved by a court of law. In the meantime, any ruling that denies the obvious fact of Azimio being the majority is an affront to the law, and to common sense,"said Herman Manyora.
The sentiments by the analyst comes even after National Assembly Speaker Honourable Moses Wetangula promised to give a ruling on Thursday.
"I also sought the indulgence of the House to retreat and offer guidance on the matter on Thursday,October 6th.
"In the meantime,as per practice, the debate on the Motion on the President’s Address will be accorded priority and will be transacted for the next four sitting days," said Moses Wetangula.
A number of parties which had signed Azimio coalition agreement protested saying that they were forced to do so.
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