According to information just in, ODM Member of Parliament and Wetlands MP Tim Wanyonyi has made a visit to Speaker of the National Assembly Moses Wetangula just hours before the rulling on Majority Stalemate on who between Azimio La Umoja -One Kenya Alliance and Kenya Kwanza Alliance is the majority in the National Assembly.
According to the information shared by the MP who is also the brother to the Speaker, him together with other leaders paid a courtesy call to the Speaker and reports that he found Wetangula in his signature bubbly element. He wished his brother well.
Speaker Moses Wetangula is expected to make a landmark rulling as whether Kenya Kwanza will form the majority party in the National Assembly or the Azimio.
Other ODM politicians including Saboti Member of Parliament Caleb Amisi, Nairobi Senator Edwin Sifuna,Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina has read malice in the rulling that would be made by Wetangula after Impromptu Visit by the President yesterday to the parliament.
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