See The Reactions On What Will Happen To Wamatangi If He Writes A Letter Like Kangata
By lemasmwas | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 3 views
After kangata was removed from the majority chief whip in the Senate and replaced by senator wamatang, people have reacted on social media on the question about what will happen to him if he will be compelled to write a letter to speak the truth about the building bridges initiative bill.
The question have been fronted by the series of events that have been seen happening in the house wife Senate where the majority leader kipchumba Murkomen was removed and replaced by Irungu Kanagata who have been removed on the basis of having written a letter to the president informing him of the status of BBI in mount Kenya region.
No one thought that this can happen to Irungu Kanagata but when he realised what people wants , he had to speak the truth which l ad to losing his position. Now will senetor wamatangiremain royal or he will speak the truth about why people want concerning the BBI, and if he will come to this what will happen to him.
The same thing awaits him if at all he will not sing to the tune as the government wants from him.
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