Deputy President William Ruto has suffered huge blow in his mission to oppose the building bridges Initiative after two Members of Congress from Meru County declared their unwavering support for the BBI and promised to mobilize residents to vote in its favour.
Dawood said he was impressed by the proposal to increase constituencies as this means more NG-CDF funds and more people will get jobs.
At the same time, the CS for Public Service Margaret Kobia has revealed that President Uhuru Kenyatta and his administration is now planning on how to use CS Peter Munya of Agriculture who will bring together all the MPS from Meru County and MCA's who will sensitize residents on the need to support the Building Bridges Initiative.
Finally, Kirima (Ruto's Ally) has revealed that people should come out in large numbers to support president Uhuru Kenyatta's idea of uniting the country through the BBI and avoid anyone who is opposing the Initiative.
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