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Senator accuses CORD of malice

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By By ERIC WAINAINA | December 5th 2013

By ERIC WAINAINA

Kiambu Senator Kimani Wamatangi has accused the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) of hypocrisy and double standards while playing its role as the opposition.

Mr Wamatangi said CORD is not offering constructive criticism of the Government but only determined to fight it.

“I am concerned by the behaviour of the opposition. CORD has developed a tendency to oppose every move President Uhuru Kenyatta makes. Their role is to watch over what the Government does, but they seem determined to oppose everything,”  he said.

The senator said the fact that a section of them opposed the issuance of title deeds in August, and the recent commissioning of the standard gauge railway shows the opposition is not development oriented.

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