Responding to the President’s State of the Nation address amid a civil argument in the Senate, Wetangula blamed the president for the constituent body’s deficiency in conveying believable decisions.
“Uncertain difficulties undermining the autonomy of the constituent office to lead free, reasonable and valid races have added to wicked surveys at regular intervals.
“The President ought to have conferred that as he leaves office, he leaves the IEBC blameless like Caesar’s significant other,” Wetang’ula expressed.
He included that the body at present was not in a situation to hold a referendum as it did not have a majority following the abdication of magistrates.
“Individuals who are yelling for a referendum have been yelling that the IEBC is clumsy to hold a decision. A referendum is a race.
“IEBC can’t direct the referendum vote as proposed by an area of pioneers in the nation, the body’s staying two magistrates and their executive can’t do such business after four of their partners surrendered,” Wetangula included.
The previous Minority pioneer additionally expressed that Uhuru’s interpretation of enhanced security in the nation was not precise as wrongdoing levels were still high.
“I heard the President say security has enhanced hugely. I don’t know whether he lives in this nation,” he clarified.
Wetangula required the redeployment of Kenyans warriors in Somalia to monitor the outskirt.
Prior in the week, Wetangula exhorted that the commission be reconstituted before any calls to change the constitution are made.