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Why NASA MPs absence in vetting committee will not stop Jubilee's approval of Uhuru's cabinet

13 days ago, 23:11

By: Moses Njagih

The decision by the Opposition to snub vetting of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s nominees will not derail the exercise, National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi has said. National Super Alliance (NASA) leadership in the National Assembly declined to name its members to the House committee tasked with vetting Cabinet secretaries, saying they did not recognise the Uhuru presidency. The decision not to name Opposition members to the Appointments team will, however, not legally stop the Jubilee membershi ...
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Why NASA MPs absence in vetting committee will not stop Jubilee's approval of Uhuru's cabinet

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