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Dear @dailynation , If you're going to talk about a "second vote", shouldn't you report what happened in the first one? To suggest that all that happened after Soipan Tuya took over was just MPs chanting “zero” and walking out is completely disingenuous. nation.co.ke/news/Uh… pic.twitter.com/GCPG…