Governor Kingi Set to Launch Coastal Party- Itumbi
By PaparazziwaMtaa | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 1 views
Kilifi Governor Amason Jeffah Kingi will tentatively launch the coastal party on Friday next week.According to tangatanga blogger Dennis Itumbi the official date when the party will be launced is not yet confirmed.
Itumbi shared this together with some other information on Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) bill current Secretariat and senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior.
On a post shared on his facebook,the former statehouse communication and digital strategist says that One Kenya Alliance is the current BBI Secretariat whose slogan is Kenya Moja same as that of BBI.He adds that Denis Waweru and Suna mp Junet Mohamed presence in the Secretariat is ceremonial.
He further says that there is a plan to remove Makueni county senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior as the minority whip and get replaced by a leader from Western Kenya.
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