Orengo to get senior position in NASA

One of the NASA principals could be dropped

Odhiambo stated that Orengo should be picked as the Senate Minority Leader, and replace Ford Kenya Leader Moses Wetangula who has occupied the position since 2013.

Wetangula and two other NASA co-principals were not present during NASA leader Raila odinga's swearing in.

Odhiambo, who is a close ally of Odinga, stated that NASA activities having been revolving around the former Prime Minister and the Siaya Senator.

The development has come at a time when Orengo was temporarily stopped from joining Odinga in Zimbabwe for the funeral of former Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Morgan Tsangirai.

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