For a very long period of time, Raila Odinga pushed hard to ensure that the BBI train reached it's destination. At that time, he claimed that nobody can stop reggae but although there is still hope, things don't seem good at all.
Today, things were even made worse after Deputy President William Ruto's ally Aden Duale came out to deliver sad news to BBI supporters. According to Duale, BBI is dead and nothing can be done about that. He went on to tell Raila Odinga what to do if he wants to increase the county allocation funds.
"Raila should stop lying to Kenyans, we don’t need a referendum to have county allocation funds increased. This can simply be done through parliament." Said Aden Duale.
He went on to say that, "He should stop his cheap politics of trying to portray himself as the Messiah. If he is serious with having the allocation increased to 50 per cent, he should marshal and whip his troops to bring a Bill to parliament".
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