Senator Ole Kina Says He Will Not Be In The Opposition Again
By Erebo | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 0 views
The controversial Narok senator has been making headlines in the past few weeks following his unpredictable political moves. Ole Kina has shared a video alleging to be him clossing a river in Narok with other locals conversing in the local dialect and the river had no bridge.
He has blamed himself for not being in government and claims to be the reason maybe there has been built a bridge. He has sworn not to be in the opposition again so that his people can benefit. Ole Kina has been one of the most vocal ODM legislators in the current parliament always checking the government and exercising his opposition mandate.
He has always stood firm with what he thinks will be right according to his legislation agenda whether it will go well with the party position or not. He is on record to post that the BBI report whivh is going to be tabled in both houses of parliament will define leaders and followers.
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