National Assembly and Senate are expected to debate on the Building Bridges Bill concurrently today after the JLAC team co-chaired by Senator Okongo Omogeni and Muturi Kigano submitted the committee report of 171 pages.
But some hours after the hot debate had started Edwin Sifuna took to his Twitter handle to claim that most senators have not read read the 'golden' document as they could not operate the soft copy provided in their iPads.
This comes hours after ODM party whipped members to support the Bill after serious claims had emerged of two divergent camps led by Siaya Senator James Orengo and lawyer Paul Mwangi. It is also said that Dr. William Samoei Arap Ruto had infiltrated the JLAC committee making the committee to split right in the middle as they could not come to unanimous decision.
Edwin Sifuna post has attracted serious criticism from the citizens with others branding him a mole inside Orange Democratic Movement party who is being used by Tangatanga.
“What do you think about this?" Others asked.
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