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Parliament Burst Into Laughter as Speaker Werangula Uses the Term "hot air" During the EALA Voting

Today in the National Assembly, there was some lighthearted banter as speaker Wetangula brought up CJ Koome's harsh language used to dismiss the presidential petition.

In the video that was shared, it appears that the MPs were participating in the voting for the candidates who had been nominated for the East Africa Legislative Assembly (EALA). He reportedly ordered the boxes to be opened to ensure that the voting would be impartial and free. After saying that there wouldn't be any room for bluster and obscurity in the EALA voting process, he then made them chuckle.

"Members should set them down if they are satisfied that they are empty. There cannot be any opaqueness or hot air in this area "The members laughed and applauded as Speaker Wetangula spoke.

These phrases were primarily used during the election petition when Raila was contesting President Ruto's victory and CJ Koome alleged that some of the Azimio side's evidence was mere hot air.

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EALA National Assembly Werangula Wetangula


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