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Raila told to forget about his swearing in ceremony.

By Jackline Inyanji | January 2nd 2018
Lurambi MP Bishop Titus Khamala speaking to the press in Kakamega town

An Opposition Member of Parliament (MP) from Western Kenya has criticised National Super Alliance (NASA) leader’s planned swearing-in.

Lurambi MP Titus Khamala poured cold water on plans by Raila Odinga to be sworn in as president, terming it as a political sideshow.

“We must focus on strengthening NASA ahead of 2022 elections, parties including Jubilee have challenges but we must overcome that and aim at clinching power,” he said.

He accused the Orange Democratic Party (ODM) party of sidelining its partner, the African National Congress (ANC) in sharing key posts in House committees.

“They took everything, sidelining other affiliate parties, particularly ANC, after Nambale MP John Bunyasi lost his bid for the public accounts committee to Opiyo Wandayi,” he said.

Khamala was speaking at Shikoti grounds in Lurambi sub-county.


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