Yesterday, many was surprised after some of Ruto's allies led by Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri and Faisal supported Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) Bill. Another legislator who suprised many is Rarienda Mp Otiende Amollo. These legislators, especially those from TangaTanga wing have been in forefront opposing the Bill and handshake in general.
Following this, Hustler's spokesperson Denis Itumbi has congratulated the team who won terming them as "Boardroom" winners."Congratulations the Boardroom winners. We have never doubted your capacity to win in closed rooms." Said Itumbi. He also maintained his stand and the stand of TangaTanga section saying the Bill is not a priority to Hustlers.
This comment has left many people asking themselves alot of questions. Many are wondering whether TangaTanga allies are part of "Boardroom" members or they were bought to betray hustlers. This also comes few days after another TangaTanga Ally, Mwangi Kiunjuri, announced that he will not join UDA party something that many felt it a beginning of division in TangaTanga.
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