The vocal UDA party member of Parliament Hon Alice Ng'ang'a has made it clear that the former Prime Minister Hon Raila Amollo Odinga's push for the increment of the Constituency Development fund was a very good reform in the Building Bridges Initiative and said that the issue need to be revisited because it was a very good move.
She said that the former President Hon Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta was trying to fight for good reforms and that is why their was need to consider such reforms. He said that the former Prime minister Raila Amollo Odinga is a statesman and that is why it is good if the current leadership makes a consideration.
This comes just a day after the former Prime Minister Hon Raila revealed that he will call for the mega Engagements rallies in the city when the Kenya Kwanza coalition leadership will fail to meet the leadership.The former Prime minister Raila Amollo Odinga urged the leaders to unite the country so that the people can work together to enhance unity that will promote development.
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