Kirinyaga Women Representative and close DP William Ruto ally Purity Ngirici, has today disproved an alleged myth that the Constitution of Kenya (Amendment) Bill otherwise known as BBI is in competition with the pro-Ruto Hustler Narrative.
Photo; Kirinyaga Women Representative Purity Ngirici.
Taking to her Facebook account, the vocal member of the Inua Mama movement fired at the pro-BBI leaders saying that it allegedly has no competition whatsoever with the Hustler Nation.
Hon. Ngirici said that while the Hustler Nation is allegedly a National Movement, the BBI Bill is a Constitutional Amendment and thus shouldn't be compared.
Her post came just minutes after the Nairobi County Assembly earlier today okayed the BBI Bill, with a total of 144 Members of County Assembly voting to pass the Bill.
Nairobi County became the 10th Country Assembly to pass the Bill after Vihiga, Siaya, Kisumu, Kajiado, West Pokot, Busia, Trans Nzoia, Kisii and Homa Bay Okayed the Bill.
Baringo County remains the only one to have voted against the Bill, and only 14 counties are remaining to pass the Bill.
Hon. Purity Ngirici's post also came at a time when DP Ruto and his TangaTanga movement have always said that they aren't against the BBI, and thus would not oppose the whole proposals.
They have been on record rather recommending for a non-contested referendum and a multiple choice referendum, where Kenyans would have to vote for or against some of the proposals.
Her post also came just a day after ODM Party leader Raila Odinga rejected plans to legislate against DP William Ruto's Hustler Narrative.
Photo; ODM Party leader Raila Odinga.
He said in a statement that whereas the 'hustlers vs dynasties' talk is dangerous, he doesn't support the plans to legislate it.
The National Assembly Security Committee which was led by Kiambaa constituency Member of Parliament Paul Koinange, was behind the of National Cohesion and Integration (Amendment) Bill 2021.
The Bill was to set tough measures for those who endorsed the "hustlers vs dynasties" narrative.
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