Moses Kuria yesterday applauded the 12th parliament for its diverse nature saying that it promoted diverse cooperation.
”I can now unequivocally state after the swearing in today that the 12th parliament will set the record for the highest level of bipartisan cooperation since the advent of Multi-party politics in Kenya.”
The legislator said that the supreme court ruling would serve as a third liberation for Kenya hinting at Uhuru Kenyatta’s win being upheld.
He said that he was looking forward to working with NASA affiliated MPs.
”Tomorrow is really the true 3rd liberation of this great nation. Looking forward to a new era of working with TJ Kajwang, Otiende Amollo, Rosa Buyu, Gideon Ochanda, Sam Atandi, Ken Okoth, Anthony Oluoch, Otieno K’Oyoo, Mohammed Ali Jicho Pevu, Mishi Mboko, Aisha Jumwa, Chris Omulele and many other colleagues whom we could not freely work with in the past because of the iron curtain that we bring down tomorrow.”
He also said he was optimistic about working with all these legislators categorically saying that ‘New Era’ was at bay.
The supreme court is set to give a ruling on the presidential election on 1st September at 11a.m.
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