The BBI report discussion has been here for more than a year and Kenyans want it done. The BBI report created rifts among Kenyans. The BBI report formed groups of leaders who support the report and those who don't.
The handshake between president Uhuru Kenyatta and Hon Raila Odinga brought the country together but created rift among certain section of leaders. The BBI report is creating temperatures in senate and the question of marginalization erupted.
Bungoma senator Moses Wetangula locked horns with senator Kimani Wamatangi after he reacted to senator Malala question. On marginalisation. Wamatangi stated that coffee farmers Have same problem something that angered Moses Wetangula wno decided to spill beans on how coffee farmers from other parts of the country were left out.
He said and I quote, "The World bank gave out Ksh. 3.6b to revive coffee but the funds were given to one region of the country to the total exclusion of everyone else, areas that grow coffee Bungoma, Kisii, Nyamira and West Pokot were completely left out." Wetangula revealed.
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