The Orange Democratic Movement party member of Parliament Hon. Peter Opondo Kaluma has found himself in hot soup after he tweeted on the BBI process, Kaluma had updated his followers about the upcoming events in ensuring the process goes through.
"The Justice and Legal Affairs Committee of Parliament is meeting to process the report on BBI. Let Kenyans seize this moment to secure for themselves a more fair, united and peaceful nation as desired by President Kenyatta and Baba" Kaluma posted on his Twitter handle.
His tweet did not gone well with Kenyans, most of the people feel that the building bridges Initiative is not a priority for the country, many have also been angered by the last night's happening when the police mounted roadblocks for the motorists who were unable to make it to their homes before the Curfew.
Comments from Kenyans indicate that they are a hungry, angry, hopeless, and suffering lot, the government has pushed Kenyans to the end. Below are some of the comments.
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