On Saturday, Azimio la Umoja One Kenya unveiled its legislative delegation.
Kalonzo Musyoka, head of the Wiper party and a key coalition member, made the announcement during a news conference held at the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Memorial in Upper Hill, Nairobi.
Opiyo Wandayi, an MP from the Ugunja constituency, was named by Kalonzo to head the minority in the National Assembly; his counterpart from the Kathiani constituency, Robert Mbui, will serve as deputy minority leader.
Senator Enock Wambua of Kitui will serve as the coalition’s deputy minority leader in the Senate, while Mombasa’s Steward Madzayo has been named the minority leader.
Senator Fatuma Dulo of Isiolo has been named the minority whip, with Senator Edwin Sifuna of Nairobi serving as her deputy.
Junet Mohamed, a lawmaker from Suna east, was nominated to serve as the coalition’s Chief Minority Whip in the National Assembly, while Sabina Chege was selected as his deputy.