President Uhuru Kenyatta did, today, September 7 held a meeting with all Azimio- One Kenya elected Members of Parliament at Statehouse ahead of first parliament sitting scheduled on Thursday, September 8.
Talking about the meeting to his social media publication Twitter, Mwingi West Constituency Member of Parliament Charles Nguna said he is shocked that larger part of constituents is in opposition.
To him, the Azimio- One Kenya meeting has brought about 165 Members of Parliament and Woman Representative elects, hence not easy to understand how they found themselves in opposition.
"Completely shocked! I am in Azimio meeting and it seems the whole Country is in opposition, 165 MPs! Not easy to understand it." Charles Nguna stated.
The meeting is expected to chart on position sharing in Parliament especially on Majority Leader and Minority leader in the government. They will also expect to discuss on position of speakers where Azimio- One Kenya has field Kenneth Marende to face off Moses Wetangula of Kenya Kwanza.
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