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“It Maybe Faulty And Incomplete” Kalonzo Now Claims This About NADCO Report

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In a surprising turn of events, Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka has taken to Twitter to express his reservations about the National Dialogue Committee (NADCO) report, mere hours after presenting it to Rt Hon. Raila Odinga, the leader of the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party. Despite the optimism previously shown, Kalonzo now describes the report as “faulty and incomplete,” casting doubts on its completeness.

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The report, which was co-chaired by Kalonzo and National Assembly Majority Leader Hon. Kimani Ichung’wah, was handed over in a ceremony that symbolized a step towards national consensus. However, Kalonzo’s recent statement suggests that the document may not be the final word in Kenya’s path to stability and socioeconomic development.

Kalonzo’s tweet read: “My Co-Chair, Hon. @KIMANIICHUNGWAH, and I submitted the NADCO report to Rt Hon. @RailaOdinga. While it may be faulty and incomplete, this negotiated report provides Kenyans with an opportunity to proceed towards stability and socioeconomic development.”

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He further thanked Rt Hon. Odinga for recognizing the risks undertaken by the team, both within the Bomas of Kenya and the corridors of Parliament. The acknowledgment of these risks by Odinga was seen as a sign of respect for the committee’s efforts.

As the nation digests this latest development, all eyes are on the next phase of the process, which Kalonzo assures will align with the aspirations of the Kenyan people. The statement has sparked a flurry of reactions on social media, with citizens and political analysts alike weighing in on the implications of Kalonzo’s remarks.Consider population parameters in revenue allocation, Kalonzo tells senators

The full impact of this revelation on the political landscape remains to be seen, but it is clear that the dialogue surrounding the NADCO report is far from over.

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