Details have emerged that Raila Odinga, the Orange Democratic Movement chief may be using some of his allies in his efforts to scuttle the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has said that Raila is secretly using Siaya Senator, James Orengo, and Rarieda MP Otiende Amollo to scuttle the passing of BBI in Parliament.
The golden political document born as a result of handshake between Raila and the President Uhuru Kenyatta of late has been going through macky waters after some ODM leaders claimed that Uhuru is 'using' and soon endorsing Gideon Moi as is preferred 2022 candidate.
According to Murkomen, the ODM premier is unhappy with the proposal of additional 70 constituencies, which half of them will be going to the Mt Kenya region and since he cannot declare his stand, he is crafting his ways out by using his 'mouth piece' to declare his stand adding that sooner Kenyans will know the right person Orengo and the likes have been talking for.
Do you support Murkomen's decision and do you see 'somebody's hands' in the current anti BBI wave in ODM.
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