Raila Odinga and president Uhuru Kenyatta are facing a hard time as Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro has decided to take action against the money spent in BBI process. He asks the Pro-BBI to be contented with the court of appeal results and warn them that chest beating has no place in the country.Nyoro has also threatening to table a motion in parliament compelling those who came up with the BBI process to refund the money used in the process to the tax payers. He feels that the huge amount spent in the process would have been used somewhere else and improve the dying economy of the country.
If Ndindi Nyoro will table the motion and go through in the Parliament then it will be very hard time for president Uhuru Kenyatta and Odm Party leader Raila Odinga who were the initiator of the bill. It's should be remembered that Kenyans reacted bitterly to Kariuki Kihara's sentiments that he plans to appeal the matter in supreme court. Kenyans feels that he only want to waste money as chances of the supreme court reviving the bill are very slim.
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