It is emerging the counties were intentionally given the wrong Building Bridges Initiative bill and passed it in their assemblies. Members of County Assemblies were promised two million car grants each if they passed the bill and this might have led to them turning the other cheek.
Dennis Itumbi has said that Deep State is responsible for this "intentional" mishap so as to ensure that the bill passed the counties. Dennis Itumbi went on to call on the Directorate of Criminal Investigations to look into the matter.
He says that the Standard Newspaper claiming that the counties are thirteen could be false. This means that the number of counties that passed the wrong bill could be much higher than anticipated.
What direction such a revelation could bring, many don't know yet. However, it also emerged that the Senate and the national assembly have different bills that they are going through at the moment.
Dennis Itumbi. Picture courtesy.
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