There is battle in the national assembly as both coalitions are claiming that they have met the constitutional threshold for being the majority. And amidst this chaos erupting on who are the majority, president Ruto made an unexpected visit to the parliament and claims are that he is working everything in favour of Kenya Kwanza. Grace Orwoba however came out today to condemn that act claiming that Ruto should just accept that challenge.
Grace Orwoba through her interview with the national television, claimed that it was truly evident that Azimio has met the constitutional threshold of being the majority. Therefore any underground plans to change this will be violating the constitution as well. "It is truly evident within the public dormain that Azimio has already taken a morning lead if seat of majority is declared. Just us the president promised, please swallow this bitter truth that Kenya Kwanza are not the majority in parliament." Claimed Grace Orwoba.
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