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Rift In Ruto, Mudavadi Camp Over Political Parties Amendment Bill Ahead Of Voting In Senate

Showdown is looming as senators prepare to votie over the controversial political parties amendment bill that is being backed by President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga.

The bill has divided leaders allied to deputy president William Ruto and his newfound friend Musalia Mudavadi.

Earlier today, Nairobi senator Johnson Sakaja urged senators to pass the bill as it is, he stated that the bill is good for them.

"We’ve tabled our committee’s report on the Political Parties Amendment bill. No proposed amendments. Ikae vivyo hivyo. I urge colleagues to expedite and let us have the bill signed into law ASAP. We all need it now; after all, what’s good for goose is good for duck twende" Sakaja posted on his Twitter handle.


Hours later Nandi senator ally of deputy president William Ruto, has promised that they will shoot down the bill.

Cherargei insisted that the bill is illegal and must be shot down. "The senate Justice legal affairs & Human rights has TABLED its report on the Political Parties ammendments Bill NO.56 2021 without any ammendments." read part of his statement

"We have numbers to shoot down in the senate of kenya this illegal law. Personally , I have tabled a raft of ammendments to ensure PROTECTION of rule of law, democracy and constitution OF kenya." He added.


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