The Likoni member of Parliament Mishi Mboko while accompanying the ODM party leader Raila Odinga in Kilifi county, pointed out that the county residents were very lucky owing to extra constituencies that were going to be created if BBI is passed by Kenyans.
She went on to tell them that leaders opposing BBI were spreading lies about the vital document. She noted that there were a lot of good things in it but some selfish leaders mostly allied to the deputy president were opposing it.
Mishi further noted that if the Dp believed that the wheelbarrow was an important tool to give Kenyans with an agenda of empowering them, she challenged him to use it in accessing his office from Sugoi and even give it to his children.
She urged the locals to support BBI as it was the only way of solving problems that were affecting Kenyans. Mishi also praised the former prime minister for his good leadership and more so standing with the coastal people for the longest period.
Attached is a video link of Raila speaking:
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