Lang'ata MP Jalang'o kicked out of Azimio Parliamentary Group meeting

Jalang'o was among seven ODM MPs who visited President William Ruto at State House on Tuesday, February 7.

The Head of State said his discussions with the opposition MPs were centered on development.

On Wednesday, the first-time legislator told Spice FM that President Ruto never asked them to ditch Odinga's political camp.

"It's wrong to claim that nearly ten of us (lawmakers) met the president at State House to discuss party leadership and [political] agenda. The president did not interrogate our support for Raila Odinga, neither were the ongoing Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya rallies mentioned. Our discussions were centred on development," Jalang'o said.

The lawmaker further that he'd attend the Azimio Parliamentary Group meeting.

"As the opposition, we are at crossroads, and it's quite a tough political situation for us. The government is going on with its agenda, which is being opposed by the opposition. All said and done, the people of Kenya want development," he said.

Jalang'o added that nothing will stop him from "working" for his constituents by engaging the government of the day.