Vocal Member of Parliament for South Mugirango Constituency Mr. Sylvanus Osoro has criticized the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga after he claimed that Kisii County will get a new constituency even if it is not listed in the Building Bridges Initiative, BBI proposals.
Raila while addressing mourners at the burial ceremony of the late Bonchari Constituency Mr. John Oroo Oyioka claimed that Kisii will get an additional constituency despite it missing in the proposed list.
Mr. Osoro slammed Raila and reaffirmed that he will b voting against the bill even if he will be left alone.
"The proposals do not include Kisii, if it goes that way, I will vote no, if there is a formula to divide that, we will then follow that.." said Osoro.
In his address Osoro conveyed well wishes of the Deputy President William Ruto who toured Nandi county today (Friday) and met with the residents.
Osoro further made peace with his colleague from Dagorreti Simba Arati after they caused a standoff weeks ago during the burial of Deputy Governor Joash Maangi's father.
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