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Moses Kuria Alleges the Amount of Cash Mps Who Voted Yes on BBI Received

Gatundu South member of parliament Moses Kuria has revealed the amount of money paid to the mps who voted yes to the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).

According to the controversial mp who is a close ally to deputy president William Ruto,he says that all those mps who voted yes were paid one hundred thousand (100k) from the office of a senior parliamentary leader.

This comes just hours after proceedings to debate and vote for the bill in the national assembly was finished.

The proceedings saw some mps allied to dp Ruto who were expected to voto no for the bill vote yes raising speculations countrywide over their sudden change of time.

Mps like Bahati constituency member of parliament Kimani Ngunjiri who is an ardent supporter of deputy president voted yes to the bill leaving Kenyans surprised.

The bill is expected to undergo referendum come July this year if it passes this stage at the national assembly and the senate.

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Bahati Gatundu South Kimani Ngunjiri Moses Kuria


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