Kabando Wa Kabando.
The kind of bitterness and Frastruations Kenyans are expressing it is no secret that life has become unbearable. Majority of Kenyans are bitter with the country's economy and harsh life caused by the outbreak of covid-19 pandemic has. According to section of Kenyans, leaders have beeen responsible for what is being witnessed.
Lawyer Steve Ogolla caused mixed reactions with his bold message on BBI report. He said "BBI's core concern was to share power, add constituencies and send extra cash to counties. Secondly, BBI's collateral agenda was to stop DP Ruto from being President. As it is, both the core and collateral interests have aborted. The sooner BBI supporters accept this, the better."
Kabando Wa Kabando did not hesitate to react and he said that Hon. Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta had no moral support to lecture Kenyans on the issues of corruption. According to the nominated MP Kabando Wa Kabando president Uhuru Kenyatta and Hon Raila Odinga had looted from Kenyans through the BBI report.
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