Political Analyst professor Herman Mayora, has faulted the National Assembly over the stand off on which side has the majority between Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya coalition party and Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
According to Manyora, the discussions about the issue is just wastage of time as the law is very clear on the issue. He stated that the matter should only be determined by the registrar of political parties
"Watching parliamentary proceedings and wondering whether parliament should be wasting time on a matter clearly provided for by the constitution." Herman Manyora posted on his social media pages.
"And which the registrar of political parties can easily clarify. Ichungwa is looking cartoonish." He posted on his social media pages.
Azimio maintains that they gave the majority in the National Assembly and have already nominated their leaders, President William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza Alliance too maintain they are the majority in the National Assembly. Speaker Moses Wetangula is expected to make a ruling.
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