The Building Bridges Initiative has today suffered massive setback after Muranga County Member of Parliament who's also President Uhuru Kenyatta's ally revealed that everytime when they are on the BBI agenda selling mission, Muranga County Residents have remained stubborn.
According to the News Presented by the United Democratic Movement party through it's twitter account handle, Sabina chege has said that it has been hard to sell the BBI in the Mt Kenya Region without ruto, meaning that People have been obsessed with the hustler Nation Movement.
"Everytime we sell BBI in Mt.Kenya the people asks us to bring William Ruto. It has been really hard selling BBI in our region without Ruto," Sabina Chege says.
While Chege's revelations comes at a time when Kirinyaga County Governor and Irungu Kangata have poured cold water over the BBI, it's now evident and clear that Uhuru-Raila product is now doomed.
At the same time, the war against corruption has been directed to Irungu Kanata with the latest story being a thorough investigation over his law firm.
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