Hon. Raila And His Allies Dismantle William Ruto's Reputation In Narok
By Newsprime | self meida writer
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The former premier Hon.Raila Odinga and his allies today were in Narok county to drum support for the Building Bridges Initiative which is before the county assemblies at the moment.
The BBI BILL 2020 needs to be passed by at least 24 counties for it to pave way for a referendum question.
Hon.Raila Odinga urged the residents of Narok county to support the document because of it has the solution that is facing kenyans at the moment.
Raila said to the residents in Narok Town that the document will enable the county government of Narok to get 5B more on revenue allocation which raise the county revenue allocation to 13B if only the BBI goes through.
He added that,the draft bill gives small entrepreneurs a seven years grace period without paying taxes to the Government.
The ODM leader support the president on this sentiments on the resignation of his Deputy Dr.William Ruto.
Raila echoed alleged that the deputy president has failed in mandate as the deputy president of republic of Kenya.
According to Odinga,Ruto ought to have resigned if he indeed he respects the head of the state.
He further alleged that Deputy president William Ruto is a thief and H.E Uhuru Kenyatta will never hand over the leadership to him on that ground.
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