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Tunataka Wheelbarrow; Nyeri County BBI Coordinator Forced by Residents to Cut His Speech in Funeral

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By Chris_J | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 25230 views

With the BBI politics gaining momentum, the heat is raising to higher levels. There have been coordinators appointed to spearhead the BBI at the County levels.

Nyeri County Coordinator is a former Mathira Member of Parliament by the name Weru. He found it rough when he tried to sell BBI during a funeral in Nyeri County. He was booed and forced to cut his speech.

He started well by asking the people whether they love President Uhuru Kenyatta. Unanimously the public agreed that they love their Kingpin. He then tried selling BBI by telling people to support it.

The crowd started booing him at chanting that they wanted wheelbarrow. What made it worse is when he sent a message to the Deputy President through the crowd. He told the crowd to tell Deputy President to read the scriptures. Before he could finish the crowd booed and he was forced to cut his speech short. You can view the video through this link as it was shared on Twitter;

https://twitter.com/kilundeezy/status/1357223356081266688?s=19

What is your thought about BBI politics? Should leaders not lead by example and avoid politics during funerals? Feel free to share your thoughts and opinions on the comments section below.

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