Narok Senator Speaks Ahead of Referendum Bill Voting in the County Assembly
By KeruboS | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 0 views
The Narok senator Ledama Ole Kina has been on the watch on how he has been playing his politics. He has given mixed signals especially on the BBI bill. Initially the Hon. Senator was among the foot soldiers who championed for the building bridges initiative popularization bug later seemed to change his mind later on.
He has in the past seemed to change his mind even in a way he has been taking positions in the house. To some extent he has been voting against his party position on different matters in the floor of the senate.
He has once again given another signal which shows that he has given up on opposing the amendment bill since his county of Narok most probably will pass the bill today.
''Narok County Assembly will today vote for BBI! Whether I support BBI or Not they will vote to pass it that’s democracy and life goes on!'' Poeted senator Kina.
As the 2022 politics are shaping up Ole Kina is one of those politician who are closely followed to see whether he will remaim in ODM or will leave.
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