They say politics is a dirty game, indeed you should agree with me that yes politics is a dirty game. You remember how the Bahati Constituency member of parliament used to be a die hard supporter to the deputy president Willian Ruto but ended up betraying Ruto by voting yes to the BBI bill.
Both the national assembly and the senate assembly passed the BBI bill and was making its way to the public through the proposed referendum, but unfornatunately to the initiators and the BBI supporters the Kenya High court ruled it out as null and void, and termed it as unconstitutional.
Days after the court ruling, and after Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri betrayed DP Ruto, he is now here with his excellency the deputy president praising him that, he should not worry or cry over anything but rather sit down and relax and watch how he (Ngunjiri) will fight for him because he says this war is not for William Ruto, but his.Click here to watch the video of MP Ngunjiri apologizing to DP William Ruto
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