After the Senate and the national assembly has voted for the building bridges initiative report (BBI). Several leaders who are allied to deputy president William Ruto stood their ground to rebuke and vote no to the report.
Ndindi Nyoro and Kangata were among those leaders who stood strong to say that the BBI is a poison as they claimed that is is not good for the common mwananchi.
Today,youths in some parts of central kenya have come out to demonstrate against the Ndindi and kangata's stand on the bill.
According to the youths,the two leaders should have voted for the Constitution amendment bill rather than declining it. The youths also carried posters written on them saying Ndindi is a sellout of the country. They could be heard shouting that Ndindi and kangata must go.
Central Kenya accepting the bill is a huge win to president Uhuru Kenyatta and his co-handshake partner Raila Odinga who are the top proponents of the report.
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