I Didn't Carry My Research in the County Assembly- Irung'u Kang'ata
By AustineJuma | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 295 views
The former Senate majority leader Irungu Kang'ata has taken to his Social media to defend himself from raving attacks from Kenyans online.
Kenyans online started asking the credibility of a letter that Irungu did to president Uhuru Kenyatta that the region ,Central region isn't ready for the BBI constitutional amendments.
The embattled former senate chief whip wrote ,"I didn't conduct my research in the county assembly, I Carried out amongst the people."
"Upon my comprehensive research it led to unnecessary spending, MCA(s) are now pocketing funds meant for development but the WILL of the people shall not perish" He added .
Today the Central region MCA has unanimously passed the BBI bill in their respective counties sending the BBI report to another level.The process required at least 24 county assemblies to adopt it before it can be taken to the national assembly.As we speak 32 county assemblies has given the process a thumbs up
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