The Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) agenda being spearheaded by President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Handshake partner Raila Odinga has continued to raise debates on various platforms.
A recent sentiments by Controversial Deputy President William Ruto Ally Hon Ndindi Nyoro has raised speculations on whether DP's camp is surrendering.
In his sentiments, Kiharu Constituency MP Ndindi Nyoro has said that as Hustler Nation, they have no agenda of opposing the BBI.
Hon Nyoro has however stated that the Hustler Nation will now focus on the 2022 general election to see Deputy President William Ruto succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.
"Sisi hatuna agenda ya kupinga BBl,Wacha tupatane kwa Dede 2022 ndio tujue Nani ndio Bingwa."~MP Ndindi Nyoro said.
The sentiments by the Kiharu Constituency member of parliament has sparked a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans online including;
"Kwani mnapingana nanani kiharu,,ama unataka presidency,,, wewe nyoro uko na ukasuba mwingi was Ruto,,,,,2022,,hutaongea ivo unaongea." - Peter Mwangi
"Sasa huyu kwny ata yeye anatikishi kiti ya urais ama n nn mbaya?" - Jackton Nthusa
"BbI not important,2022 is." - David Kamani
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