Hon. Oscar Sudi has hinted through his Facebook page alleging that Deputy President William Ruto has never mobilized any political Leader in the country to vote No to the Building Bridges initiative BBI Bill.
According to him deputy President William Ruto has never in any time take a position on the matters of BBI. He further added that DP Ruto said in many occasions that the Building Bridges initiative BBI Bill is not a priority at the moment.
Here is what Hon. Oscar Sudi shared on his Facebook page alleging about the Building Bridges initiative BBI Bill!
"In fact any MP was free to vote either way because we don't have any problem with BBI. Anyway we understand you must put DP's name on the headline for your newspaper to sell.
Hon. Oscar Sudi is a strong ally to Deputy President William Ruto so we know that he might not tell Kenyans the truth because of his loyalty to his Boss, but he should not think that we are not smart enough to know the position of his Boss on the BBI Bill.
You can follow his Facebook page and read more for yourself!
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