Blow to BBI as another MCA From Mount Kenya Region Opposes the Initiative
By IddAbia | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 1 views
President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta conducted a Political function at Sagana Lodge State in Nyeri County. And the purpose of the event was to meet all the MCAs from the larger Mount Kenya Region. So that they could help in educating their people about the Building Bridges Initiative, and also Campaign for it.
The MCAs agreed to Support the BBI Process, but on one Condition. The MCAs were asking the President to grant them with Ksh 2 Million each, so that they Could Purchase a Car.
But unfortunately, it seems that the MCAs were just mocking the President Indirectly. Because immediately after the President completing his tour from the Region. Some of the MCAs started coming out and revealing they were going to vote against the BBI Initiative process.
Now, A Meru MCA from Ntima East Ward, he has decided to open concerning his Support to the Initiative. "I Just agreed to pass the BBI before the President, so that I could please him. But deep Inside my Heart I was not willing and ready to Support the Initiative. Said Mutethia Mauru
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