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BY KORIR JUMA,NAIROBI,12TH SEPT 2017-President Uhuru Kenyatta has sought to put the records straight concerning the presidential office as far as the constitution is concerned.Addressing the bicameral session of parliament that brought together Jubilee members of parliament and senators during the official opening of 12th parliament,on Tuesday 12th Sept,the president told off the opposition who have boycotted the sitting claiming that he is not in office legally.
The president said the constitution had a provision to grant the sitting president an opportunity to continue leading the country until the new president is elected and sworn in.The president also urged the politicians to stay clear of any utterances that may polarize the country a head of the second round of presidential poll slated for 17TH October.
The head of state has further advised the Jubilee members of parliament to commit to serve fully kenyan electorate who elected them into office.
Kenyatta says the country a waits good leadership which will speed up the dream of economic stability and development in the country.He also asked them to respect and defend the constitution as it was the bedrock on which the country derives its sovereignty.
The judiciary was also not represented after all judges joined the National Super Alliance NASA in boycotting the session.