NASA MPs Hit with Tough Warning Ahead of Sensitive Meeting

The NASA coalition has warned all its MPs to...

The NASA leadership in both houses of parliament stated that they had decided to boycott the entire process of creating the controversial amendments as a matter of principle.

“Our members have been de-whipped from the NA and Senate on any sitting discussing the election amendments,” Suba North MP John Mbadi stated.

Mbadi, who is also the National Assembly Minority Leader, added that the amendments set to be adopted by MPs and Senators on Tuesday afternoon were unlawful and in bad faith.

The Senate Minority whip Mutula Kilonzo Junior added that the NASA team had initially planned to debate their Jubilee counterparts but decided against the plan so as not to give the process legitimacy.

"We will leave it to Kenyans to judge…we were elected to participate in law making...but this is not law making,” Kilonzo stated.

The controversial amendments championed by the Jubilee leaders are set to be tabled in the two houses of parliament where the joint committee will give a report on the views collected from the public.


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