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DP Ruto Suffers a Major Blow After Two of his Allies Changed Tune and Said The Following

Deputy president William Ruto is among the many Kenyan leaders who have openly showed sone defiance in terms of supporting the controversial Building Bridges Initiative report.

He has managed to gather his footsoldiers who have also indicated that the report which has the blessings of the president and his handshake partner Raila Odinga is not beneficial to Kenyans.

However, he has suffered a huge blow after two of the members of Parliament who support him said that they will be drumming up support for the report in their Mount Kenya region.

The two Members of Parliament are from Meru county which has had most of the area leaders saying that they will be supporting deputy President William Ruto but with their change if tube, it could make Ruto suffer widely.

Imenti North MP Rahim Dawood and Imenti Central counterpart Kirima Ngushine promised to mobilise Meru people to support BBI.

Dawood said he was impressed by the proposal to increase constituencies as this means more NG-CDF funds and more people will get jobs.

The two have changed their move after meeting president Uhuru Kenyatta's allies the Cabinet Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Public Service CS Professor Margaret Kobia and Peter Munya.

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Imenti North Kenyan Meru Rahim Dawood Uhuru Kenyatta


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