Kalonzo Musyoka's son among EALA MPs who visited Uhuru in State House
6 months ago, 15 Jan 20:01
President Uhuru asked the EALA MPs to forge a united front that will guarantee their success in promoting Kenya’s interests at the regional Parliament. He pleaded with them to ensure local political differences do not interfere with their performance while they serve in the Tanzania based assembly. Among the EALA MPs who went to State House was Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka's son Kennedy Musyoka President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday, January 15 hosted Kalonzo Musyoka’s son Kennedy alongside other EALA MPs at State House for talks on how to forge the entire country’s interests. Uhuru was meeting the EALA lawmakers for the first time since they were sworn in on December 18. TUKO.co.ke has learnt that the President, among other issues, insisted on the need for the representatives to stay united as they sought to push for Kenya’s interest in a regional front. “Express yourselves as a united Kenya team as you represent Kenya’s interests,” Uhuru Kenyatta said during the meeting. Uhuru was particularly wary of the possibility of political affiliations bringing a strife among the EALA representatives, promising to work closely with each of them form positive outcomes. The legislators who attended the meeting included Simon Mbugua, Kennedy Kalonzo, Fatuma Ibrahim, Wanjiku Muhia, Nooru Adan, Florence Jematiah, Mpuru Apuri and Abdikadir Omar Aden. In December , Kenya ended a six month delay by electing its six EALA representatives. While Jubilee's nominees were approved unanimously, there were some wrangles within NASA over their nominees after a Ford Kenya official moved to court to challenge the list of nominees.
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