The parliament started holding Building bridges Initiative (BBI) special sittings today. The members of parliament are discussing about the constitution of Kenya (amendment) bill 2020. The special sittings will take two days. That is today and tomorrow.
The principal of National Super Alliance Wetangula has requested for hard copies of the BBI and at least 2 to 3 hours to read the document.
This has really caused great confusion among the parliament members. Some are complaining that it seems the BBI was passed without its fully understanding.
The members of parliament are claiming that if he was among those who passed the BBI, why is he demanding to read the document again.
This is clearly showing that senator Millicent omanga was right about ODM members on the BBI.
Millicent omanga said in her twitter account that ODM members passed the BBI without fully understanding the document. They passed the document due to political issues to support their party.
Do you think Millicent omanga is right?. Share your opinion on comments.
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