Kang'ata Finally Reveals He Predicted BBI Landslide Win In Mt. Kenya After Uhuru Did This
By @chibupress | self meida writer
Published 3 days ago - 2 views
The former majority chief whip in the Senate Irungu Kang'ata came under criticism after his letter to the president leaked to the media. According to the letter,it was alleged that the Senator told the president the BBI was unpopular in the region.
He also wrote to the president telling him that the people who were drumming support for the bill in Mount Kenya had lost ground with the common mwananchi.
Today after all the assemblies from Mt.Kenya adopted the bill. The Senator seems to change the tune. He says he advised the president against holding a by election in Nairobi county. The Senator also claims he told the president to manage county assemblies well should he needed to make the bill sail through at the county level.
Accoording to Kang'ata,the president and his team effected what he advised them that is why the bill has passed unanimously at the county levels. The bill now await the decision from the parliament. If both the Senate and National Assembly adopt the Bill.The Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission will have to organize for the refferundum with a period of 90 days.
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