Demonstrate rotational Presidency by stepping down for Kalonzo or Wetang'ula, Raila told
12 July 2016, 09:39
Nairobi - Dagoretti South MP, Dennis Waweru has asked CORD leader Raila Odinga to let his fellow co-Principals to take over the mantle of power if he believes in negotiated democracy.
Waweru said Raila's call for a rotational Presidency will be more realistic if he lets either Kalonzo Musyoka or Moses Wetang'ula to take over from him.
Speaking to News24 Monday, the lawmaker said Jubilee will consider Raila's proposal if he lets it start from his opposition coalition.
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"We shall take him seriously if the CORD Chief first adopts the system in his coalition. He should be the last one on the list and let Kalonzo or Wetang'ula take the lead," he explained.
Over the weekend during the homecoming of Suna East MP Junet Mohammed, Raila said a rotational Presidency system will be the solution to negative tribalism and ethnicity in the country.
But Waweru faulted the opposition chief for coming up with the suggestion saying it only favours his bid for the highest seat in the land.
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