Ruto's Suffers Major Setback In These Three Counties After Lossing Supoort Of The MCAs
By Ariana-news | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 17421 views
Deputy President Dr William Ruto is likely to go back to the drawing board as these three counties whose leaders had pledged had an alliance to him overwhelmingly Endorsed the Building Bridges Initiative Constitutional amendment Bill. These three counties include; Muranga, Nakuru, and Garissa.
In Garissa County, Ruto has Aden Duale as his point, senator Kihika Susan for Nakuru and Irungu Kang'ata for Muranga county. These three outspoken allies for Ruto have however not managed to convince the MCAsto to reject the BBI Bill. The MCA's have overwhelmingly voted yes today on super Tuesday. The BBI secretariat is already planning the next phase of the BBI among them being countrywide tours to sell the referendum message.
It was expected the MCA's would reject the Bill as they had promised the Deputy president Dr William Ruto. Other counties that have Endorsed BBI on Tuesday in Leeds; Bungoma, Taita Taveta, Meru, Nyeri, Narok, Garissa, Nyandarua, Kiringanya.
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