2022 general elections are fast approaching and different political camps are already gearing towards getting their preferred seats moreso the one concerning the Head of State. Currently, Deputy President William Ruto, former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi among others have shown their interest.
While speaking in a video uploaded by Channel 7 News TV, Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has alleged that there is a plot to have presidential elections in the parliament buildings where MPs will be bribed to select a preferred candidate.
“In 2022 there will be five elective slots only for the public to vote for. These are Member of the County Assembly, Senators, MPs, Governors and Women Representative. For the presidency, MPs will be bribed in the toilet to give powers to a preferred candidate,” he said as quoted from the uploaded video at minute 5:53 onwards.
He further added that the top dignitaries in the country should come with a better formula in having the Building Bridges Initiative bill adopted in the constitution.
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