The Internet has exploded minutes after the former Jubilee Chief Whip in the senate honourable Irung'u Kangata shared his demands he would present on Wednesday as the Parliaments sit to discuss matters Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).
"Kangata I agree with you and all Tangatanga. Postpone not only BBI to 2023 but also 2022 elections to 2025. Let us join hands and fight this covid pandemic first," reacted Jimmy Kings, one of the hilarious Kenyan.
This came after the Nyeri senator took to his Twitter account on Tuesday night and exposed how he would debate during the legislation process sessions on Wednesday 28.
"My position on BBl debate tomorrow: 1. Many friends that have died because of covid & many businesses closed due pandemic. VACCINES FIRST! 15B referendum cash enough for vaccines.2. Correct injustice visited upon Mt Kenya on Constituencies distribution. Why Nyeri 0 & Kwale 4?" he posed.
Kangata is among the key leaders alleged to come from the Tangatanga side that is believed to be opposing the initiative being funded by the head of state and former prime minister.
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