Kieleweke allies were left in dilemma after the court of appeal upheld the High Court judgment. The bill was meant to unite Kenyans as it builds the broken bridges. However, the tussle between TangaTanga and Kieleweke allies has been intensified day after day.
All is not well in Mount Kenya, the majority of closest allies to President Uhuru Kenyatta have been recently decamping to the United Democratic Alliance party. The latest rumor being the Kirinyanga governor Ann Wainguru.
Amid this discussion, Gachagua has dropped a bombshell to the Kieleweke camp. According to Gachagua, Building Bridges Initiative was a 'quinine' and is on hold. He has mocked Karanja Kibicho on his sentiments on the BBI.
"Last year in Kirinyaga, Karanja Kibicho once said that BBI was like quinine that we were to be served drop by drop whether we like it or not. The same "quinine" he talked about ended up being thrown into the dustbin by our unbiased courts." Gachagua said.
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