By Steve Letoo
CORD coalition has continued to lobby its members from both houses give President Uhuru Kenyatta’s afternoon address a wide berth.
The special sitting scheduled for Monday 3 pm has elicited mixed reactions from leaders in both coalitions with neither of the sides knowing exactly what is in the president’s mind.
A twist on whether Cord will attend the session took a new twist with Mps allied to Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka disclosing that Majority leader Aden Duale never consulted Minority leader Francis Nyenze before recalling the house from recess.
‘Aden Duale has broken the law, if we allow him to continue doing things this way we will lose credibility as a house.’ Says Makueni MP Dan Maanzo.
The Mps says the tyranny of numbers has been the song for the Jubilee coalition and so they have quorum to welcome the president to the precincts of parliament. ‘They have tyranny of numbers let them proceed and listen to the speech by the head of state.’Says the cord Mp.
Mps allied to the Hague delegation will leave the country tonight with the 10.25pm flight.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has also convened an urgent National Security Council meeting ahead of his address to parliament this afternoon. The president has also convened a session with all cabinet secretaries before he heads to parliament at 3pm
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