Public Service Commission Wiper abandons NASA during sensitive voting session

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This happened in Parliament.

Wiper Democratic Movement leader Kalonzo Musyoka play Wiper Democratic Movement leader Kalonzo Musyoka (Courtesy)

Speaker of the National Assembly, Justin Muturi, suspended debates on membership to the Public Service Commission.

Members of Parliament for the Wiper Democratic movement disputed a list of names for consideration that had been handed in by their parent coalition the National Super Alliance coalition.

play Speaker of Parliament Justin Muturi (Twitter)


This comes after demands by Wiper Party to have a bigger say on NASA's activities.

This has led to even more questions about the state of the opposition coalition.

“We want to play an active role in NASA going forward because we have a huge stake in a stronger NASA. We are looking at this in both short and long term,” Wiper chairman Kivuthat Kibwana told the Sunday Standard.

Further discontent is evident in the fact that NASA co-principal Kalonzo Musyoka is eyeing the 2022 presidential bid and Orange Democratic Movement(ODM) appears dismissive to Wiper according to certain political pundits.

The NASA MPs have been asked to consult further on the list before debate resumes on the Parliament floor.

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