Kimani Ichung’wah Drags Uhuru Into NADCO Disagreements

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Kimani Ichung’wah Drags Uhuru Into NADCO Disagreements

Kimani Inchung’wah, the Majority leader of the National Assembly, has attributed the disputes encountered during the presentation of the final NADCO report to former President Uhuru Kenyatta.

During his speech on Tuesday, March 13, Ichung’wah alleged that Uhuru had exerted influence on DAP-Kenya party head Eugene Wamalwa to prevent him from signing the final report.

“He was there during the meetings, he agreed on everything and never raised issues until Uhuru told him otherwise,” Ichung’wah stated.

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The Kikuyu Member of Parliament (MP) additionally accused the former president of inciting confusion and division in the nation, challenging Wamalwa to convey a message to him.

“We know it was not your independent decision, someone sent you, and whoever sent you give him our response,” he stated

“Tell him the NADCO implementation will proceed with or without your signature. With or without the liking of Uhuru Kenyatta, Kenya will be a peaceful nation.”

Wamalwa refused to sign the final NADCO report because he disagreed with many aspects of its contents.

On March 7th, the leader of the DAP-Kenya Party declined to provide his bank information for the transfer of committee allowances. He stated that he disagreed with his staff on the final report.

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“As you are aware, I had already publicly declined to sign the said report after a serious disagreement arose over the failure to address the fundamental issue of reduction of the cost of living. I also declined to accept any payments from the said process,” Wamalwa noted in a letter to the Parliament clerks.

Wamalwa asserts that the committee neglected to tackle the examination of the 2022 electoral process, the reorganisation of the IEBC, and the pressing issue of the rising cost of living that is currently affecting Kenyans.

“At the same time, I thank my coalition leader and Parliament for the opportunity to serve in this important capacity as a member of the NADCO committee,” he added.

On March 8, the committee, headed by Ichung’wah and Wiper Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka, formally presented the conclusive findings to President William Ruto and Azimio leader Raila Odinga.

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Kimani Ichung’wah Drags Uhuru Into NADCO Disagreements

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