Narok county senator Ledama Olekina has come out clearly through his twitter handle saying that as a country we should be talking about vaccines now.
The senator said this following a notice gazetted earlier today by the national assembly speaker Justin Muturi on parliament special sittings scheduled on Wednesday and Thursday respectively.
During the national assembly special sittings,the members are expected to debate and vote for the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) bill.
Majority of kenyans on twitter stormed his timeline praising him for standing with the common Mwananchi on issues that need to be addressed in the country currently.
Highest percentage of citizens believe that the BBI bill is not a priority in Kenya right now as people are suffering under the corona pandemic which has deteriorated the economy at a very high speed.
Ledama has always been raising issues that affect Kenyan citizens.He is also on record having mobilized a bill to support the legalization of Marijuana citing it's medicinal importance.
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