Ndaragwa constituency member of parliament Hon Jeremiah Kioni who is one of President Uhuru Kenyatta's top lieutenants from the Mount Kenya region has today put deputy president Dr. William Ruto on the spot after the region lost close to 53 billion as he makes these fresh allegations.
Hon Jeremiah Kioni who spoke to the PEOPLE'S DAILY newspaper today on Friday 24th of September has accused the deputy president of facilitating the huge loss the region has seen by not supporting the Building Bridges Initiative report that had suggested that the region will be added 53 billion revenue allocation.
According to the outspoken handshake due hard, DP Ruto had shown that he did not have the region's interest at heart by opposing the 53 billion revenue allocation and 30 additional constituencies as proposed in the BBI document.
"We have lost close to 53 billion additional revenue allocation and 30 new constituencies that had been proposed in the Building Bridges Initiative, thanks to the deputy president Dr. William Ruto and his tanga camp," Jeremiah kioni told the papers.
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