The National Assembly on Thursday carried out an election to select the people that will represent the country in the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA). The two main coalitions in the country, Azimio and Kenya Kwanza presented their nominees for the election. The elections were done and the final results released as to who had succeeded to represent the country in the EALA.
Some legislators were unlucky as they were not elected. Some top politicians missed the chance to represent the country in the EALA. Below are some of the popular people in the country and the number of votes they got.
Kanini Kega - 197 votes
Winnie Odinga - 247 votes
David Sankok - 223 votes
Kennedy Musyoka - 262 votes
Fatuma Gedi - 169 votes
Kalonzo Musyoka and Raila Odinga's children were all elected for the EALA despite recent rejection from some politicians. The two believed in themselves and they have now made it though some people were angered by their success.
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