Julius Malema to meet 5 Kenyan leaders today

3 from Jubilee, 2 from ODM

Malema, who is the President of the Economic Freedom Fighters party, is expected to add on his lively debate skills at the African Union's legislative body.

Five MPs from Kenya will also be inducted alongside Malema includingJude Njomo (Kiambu Town, Jubilee), Beatrice Kones (Bomet East, Jubilee), Janet Ong’era (Kisii Woman Rep, ODM), Abdullahi Ibrahim Ali (Wajir Senator, Jubilee) and Stewart Madzayo (Kilifi Senator, ODM).

The Pan African Parliament has 255 members representing the 55 AU Member States.

The five members in each country must include at least one woman and reflect the diversity of political representation in the National Parliament or deliberative organ.

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