James Orengo Sends a Message to DP Ruto Allies After BBI Massive Endorsement by MCAs
By E.Premier_League | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 6 views
Siaya County senator James Orengo has reacted after the massive endorsements of the building Bridges Initiative report by MCA's in the thirty eight county assemblies. With the number of county assemblies surpassing the required 24, the president and the Orange Democratic party leader Raila Odinga allies have therefore joined with congratulation messages to the Governors and the Members of County assemblies following the strong boost.
The two leaders (Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga) introduced the report after the 2018 hand shake that joined them together. Terming it a "super Tuesday", the senate minority whip has therefore dedicated a poet to DP Ruto allies warning them of the unpaying opposition.
"SUPER TUESDAY! Let me quote again my favorite 20th century poet to my friends in tanga tanga, T S ELIOT in HOLLOW MEN: THIS IS THE WAY THE WORLD ENDS NOT WITH A BANG BUT A WHIMPER. Or is your tale full of sound and fury, signifying nothing (the Bard)." Orengo twitted.
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