Moses Wetangula, speaker of the National Assembly, has rejected Cleophas Malala’s calls for the dissolution of affiliated parties and their fusion with the United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
Wetangula said during a church harambe in Kakamega that Kenyans are democratic and that voters should be allowed to make political decisions in order to ensure the country’s smooth operation.
According to Kakamega Deputy Governor Ayub Savula, such calls will undermine Kenya’s multiparty democracy.
“Kenya shall be a multi-party state, according to the constitution.
It’s wrong to encourage people to disband their parties.
The leaders urged the administration to reduce food costs in order to protect Kenyans from the devastation of hunger.
Ahead of time, representatives of the Amani National Congress (ANC) party rejected requests to join forces with UDA.
We won’t disband our party, we promise.
We actually intend to strengthen and revitalize our party from the ground up.
The ANC will continue to be active, according to its chairman Issa Timamy.