Senator Ledama Olekina Asked To Join UDA After Making This Claim
By denniselder | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 0 views
Vocal senator Ledama Olekina of ODM party has openly given hint that there shall be a group of few politicians who will be crying after the rejection of BBI. Olekina puts it that there will be four men who will make a mistake in the BBI game and they will end up crying.
From this post, Kenyans made interpretation and reacted to it in different ways. Some who are also the opponent to the Building Bridges Initiative agreed to senator Olekina's statement while those who support it ruled out his statement.
Senator Ledama who is from the ODM party which supports the BBI fully was then asked to join the UDA party since he seems to be into the hustler nation so much. From his post, he looks like he has no faith in the BBI report and that might be the reason he makes such claims.
The BBI report will soon be going to the people in a referendum, do you agree with senator Ledama Olekina that some people will cry after the report gets rejected or it shall be accepted by the people? Leave your opinion as you see Kenyans reactions online below.
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