Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro has has said he shall table a motion to have the funds spent by the government in promoting the defunct Building Bridges Initiative drive to return the funds used in the process to the public coffers.
Ndindi said the government spent huge amount of money on the debate which could have been spent on development projects, the MP argued that the court ruling on BBI was a private affair as those who were propagating it should refund the public funds they spent.
Ndindi urged other leaders supporting the agenda to shift focus on development for the remaining time before 2022 general election. The MP says no more time for BBI we have water enough already and now leaders should focus on serving the people.
There is nothing wrong with the current constitution, the problem we have is poor leadership, for the former president Mwai Kibaki ruled the country using the old constitution and made the country better and leaders should borrow a leaf from him Ndindi concluded.
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