The Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malama has hinted through his official tweeter page alleging that the collapse of the building bridges innitiative bbi bill in the court of appeal is not the end of the world.
According to the controversial senator who is in record alleging that the ANC party leader Hon. Musalia Mudavadi is the solution for Kenyans. Is now alleging that the monies that was set aside for referendum should now be prioritised to cushion Kenyans against the sting of costly educational materials and school fees.
Here is what the Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malama shared on his tweeter page alleging that the collapse of the building bridges innitiative bbi bill is not the end of the world!
"The collapse of BBI at the CoA is not the end of the world.
"The monies set aside for referendum should be prioritised to cushion Kenyans against the sting of costly educational materials and school fees for their children as well as Covid-19 vaccination for Kenyans.
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