"Tutakunywa BBI Kama Quinine"-Itumbi says as BBI sitting takes a new twist
By jonezokari | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 0 views
President Uhuru Kenyatta and former Raila Odinga have been popularizing the Building Bridges Initiative across the nation.Baringo county has surprised many people after the Member of assemblies voted no against the Building Bridges Initiative.The IEBC had released the Building Bridges Initiative to the counties so that they can debate and come up with a report on the BBI.
Kisumu and Siaya county had earlier on passed the BBI bill.The two counties is believed to the Raila Odinga backyard.Yesterday,ODM party leader met with all Jubilee and ODM leaders of Nairobi county.
Itumbi who is a top Tangatanga ally has alleged what happened in Baringo county.According to him has said that the police used teargas.
Itumbi said"Deep State orders Police to FIRE TEARGAS into the Baringo County Assembly shortly after MCAs voted Overwhelmingly to reject BBI. Fortunately, the Hansard had already recorded the Votes. Tutakunywa BBI kama Quinine. By Force, By Fire! Intimidation & Threats will Fail!"
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