NASA MPs, Senators To Attend First Parliamentary Sitting


NASAThe NASA brigade that was previously opposed to attending the first parliamentary sitting scheduled for tomorrow has now withdrawn the boycott.

Speaking at the Okoa Kenya Offices, Bungoma Senator elect, Moses Wetangula said that they had come to a unanimous decision to have all their Mps and Senators attend the first sitting of the 12th Parliament.

He however maintained that their legislators would only take oath of office.

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The members will not participate in voting for their preferred Speaker and Deputy Speaker candidates.

Wetangula also warned members of affiliate parties against decamping to the ruling party in a bid to attract development for their electorates.

Suna East Mp, Junet Mohamed threatened to stay away from parliament until matters surrounding Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election are heard and credibly determined.

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