the former Charangany member of parliament alleged this during an interview on KTN News this evening. He claimed that president William Ruto latest move by appointing the former deputy prime minister Hon Musalia Mudavadi as prime cabinet secretary are among the proposals in the BBI Bill.
"President William Ruto created the position of prime cabinet secretary without the two deputies and he is now creating positions of assistant ministers calling them Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS)," Kirwa said.
Do you think that Hon. Kipruto Arap Kirwa is telling Kenyans the truth that president William Ruto want to reintroduce the building bridges innitiative bbi bill through the back door? It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months if his Prediction will come to pass or not.
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