Kanu national officials have been urged to stop ambivalent and declare their support for either Jubilee Party or Nasa.
National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi welcomed the party’s support for the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta and yet some of its top leaders appear to be engaging in double speak.
He said it was wrong to have double-speak on the matter as other Kanu leaders criticised the move by the Party chairman Gideon Moi.
Muturi was speaking on Sunday at Kaplong Boys Primary School in Bomet county during prayers-cum-thanks giving ceremony for Bomet Women’s Representative Mrs Cecilia Ngetich presentation of honorary doctorate degree by the Vice Chancellor of Technical University of Kenya Prof Francis Aduol.
The Speaker was accompanied by his Deputy Dr Joyce Laboso, Bomet Senator Professor Wilfred Lesan, MPs Thomas Mwandegu (Wundayi), Mrs Hellen Chepkwony, Kericho Women’s Representative, National Water Conservation and Pipeline Corporation chairman Dr Julius Kones and a battery of aspirants of various elective positions across the political divide.