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Turkana South MP James Lomenen asks Raila, Kalonzo to shelve controversial swearing-in plans

14 days ago, 13:16

By: Irissheel Shanzu

Turkana South Member or Parliament (MP) James Lomenen has criticiced a move by one of NASA principals Kalonzo Musyoka’s push for the swearing-in of Raila Odinga as the ‘people’s president’. Lomenen said that it was a surprise that even after Jubilee legislators threw their weight in support of Kalonzo’s son Kennedy Musyoka’s nomination to the East Africa Legislative Assembly (EALA), the former Vice President (VP) continues to back an unconstitutional swearing-in of Raila. "Jubilee MPs supported ...
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Turkana South MP James Lomenen asks Raila, Kalonzo to shelve controversial swearing-in plans

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