Feisal and Ruto during a past event in Karen
Feisal Bader who is the recent parliamentarian to be sworn in in parliament has shocked parliament when he stood up and voted yes for the BBI document. Feisal has for long been a close associate of William Ruto and just last week he was together with Ruto in Karen.
Some of Ruto’s allies have been left with no choice but to vote for the document which is an initiative of the two handshake principals Raila Odinga and Uhuru Kenyatta. Parliament is currently voting on the document with the majority of parliamentarians voting yes.
Feisal Bader who ran as an independent candidate had the backing of Deputy President William Ruto when he ran for the Msambweni seat which was left vacant after the death of the area member of parliament. The coastal region overwhelmingly voted for the BBI despite hurdles that were experienced during the campaigns. Do you think the document tackles the plights of Kenyans? Comment below.
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