Super Tuesday has been the subject matter of discussions among many Kenyans. It is a day that the BBI proponents felt like they would take down DP William Ruto and all the people who don't support the BBI Bill, and just as expected, it is really a bad day to the people who don't support fully the BBI because County Assemblies are passing it with huge numbers. As we are speaking, there are many Counties that have already passed the Bill today. They include, Lamu, Murang'a, Bungoma, Mombasa, Nyeri and others.
From yesterday, many Kenyans were focused on the Super Tuesday. They knew it was a day that would define the state of the BBI in the County Assemblies. While all the focus was on the super Tuesday this morning, this is what a top TangaTanga leader who is the Kericho County Senator Aaron Cheruiyot was doing.
Through his official twitter account, Aaron Cheruiyot confirmed that instead of focusing on politics and matters to do with the BBI, he was at the Nyayo Stadium playing soccer!
"About this morning at Nyayo...Thanking God for life.' Tweeted Aaron Cheruiyot.
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