Don't Say I Didn't Warn you," Moses Kuria Breaks Silence After BBI Achieved Breakthrough
By MinuteNews | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 12981 views
The Building Bridges Initiative continues to gain momentum momentum as various leaders continues to give their reservations after more than 24 counties require to pass the report, was achieved today. This means that the document will now be subjected to referendum.
And now Dp Ruto's ally and Gatundu South Mp Moses Kuria has broken silence after BBI achieved breakthrough in counties. Taking to his facebook account, Kuria told Kenyans that when they end up with 640 MPs, they should not say he didn't warned them. He also told them that the Mps will not be sleeping in his homestead.
"When you end up with 640 MPs, dont say i didnt warn you. I rest my case. Hawatalala kwangu" Kuria posted.
It should be noted that Dp Ruto's allies have been telling Kenyans to reject BBI, as it will increase taxes being charged on them.The leaders claimed that the additional seats proposed by BBI needed to be relooked into to avoid high taxes.
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