The National Super Alliance (NASA) coalition is facing a potential split as affiliate parties accuse the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) of exerting dominance.
Following a controversial appointment of National Assembly leaders, MPs from the affiliate parties have decried unfair allocation of posts.
The legislator has accused the ODM Party of intending to control the sharing of leadership positions in Parliament after an initial list was rejected on Monday.
Mr Wamalwa, who had been appointed as deputy Minority Whip, has warned that unless the matter is addressed then a split will occur in the coalition.
"The ODM MPs want to take everything. How can they have the presidential candidate and still demand the Minority leader as well as deputy in the Senate," Wamalwa posed.
NASA coalition CEO Norman Magaya, however, dismissed the announced list and declared that the coalition would retreat to discuss the allocations.
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