"Afadhali Wheelbarrow Kuliko Hiyo BBI" A Video Of An Aged Man Condemning BBI Lights Up The Internet
By Bettyb | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 11 views
An aged man from Isiolo has grazed the internet after his video condemning the BBI has gone viral leaving netizens with more questions than answers.
According to the aged man he would rather be given the wheelbarrow than passing the BBI where he claims he knows nothing about the document. He has continued claiming he is tired of the current government and he wants a change.
This comes barely some days after another aged woman condemned BBI where she went ahead asking what is BBI and she went ahead urging the government to give out the document to the kenyans to read for themselves.
The post seem to have amazed alot of Kenyans where they have flocked at the post claiming it's high time Raila and Uhuru realize people are not interested in the BBI and they should respect the people's choice.
This comes just a day after president Uhuru Kenyatta asked his Dp Ruto to resign if he is tired of working with the government.
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