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Worry for Azimio as Wetangula’s ally makes disturbing hint on what lies ahead hours to ruling

by Joshua Wanga
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With Speaker of the National Assembly Moses Wetangula expected to make a ruling in a short while about whether or not Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance Coalition Party is the majority party, there’s cause for worry for the opposition outfit following a statement from an associate of the speaker.

Prominent journalist David Makali who is rumoured to be a close friend of Moses Wetangula, and whose brother recently clinched a parliamentary seat on Moses Wetangula’s Ford Kenya party had insinuated that today’s ruling by Wetangula won’t be fair.
Makali took to his Twitter handle to unequivocally declare that only a court of law can make an objective ruling on the issue of which is the majority party in the Lower House. He said that this is because everyone in the House is partisan and the only thing to be expected from such arbitration is partiality. His tweet read,
David Makali
Which is the “Majority party” can only be fairly determined by a court of law. Everyone in the National Assembly is partisan.

National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula announced on Tuesday that he will make the ruling on which coalition between Kenya Kwanza and Azimio la Umoja coalition has majority MPs in the House today afternoon.
Addressing the members after the end of the evening debate session Wetangula said his ruling will be made at 2:30pm on October 6.
“I will consider the matter that you have prosecuted before the house and I will give you a reasoned ruling touching o the facts, the jurisprudence the constitutionality of the issue and any other matters that we conversed on Thursday, October 6, 2022, at 2:30pm,” he said before adjourning the sitting.

Earlier in the day, Wetangula had refused to name the Majority and Minority leaders saying the matter of who has the majority elected members between the two coalitions needed deliberations by the MPs.
He asked the MPs to debate the matter and that he would make his decision later in the day, saying that he needed more time.
“I will reserve the rest of today’s sitting to allow the House to address me on this matter so that I can retreat to make a reasoned ruling and guidance to the house,” Wetangula said.

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