Murang'a county Senator Irungu Kang'ata has surprisingly congratulated the Members of County Assembly after they overwhelmingly supported the Building Bridges Initiative report.
In his message through his social media accounts, the controversial politician noted that the support was based on the promise that they would receive Ksh 2 Million car grants by the Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta.
He has since wished that the expanded Parliament that is under proposal by the report will solve the problems of Kenyans including coffee and Murang'a tea and milk.
"Congratulations MCAs.This BBi outcome was expected with 2M car grant.I pray an expanded parliament as proposed by BBi doesn't increase coffee,tea,milk & Avocados taxes.I pray small businesses in Muranga,Kenol,Kangari, Kiriaini,Kangema &Kirwara don't shoulder more tax burden."Irungu Kang'ata https://t.co/yrPi2TWz5d
This comes hours after his own Murang'a county Assembly endorsed the Building Bridges Initiative report that was presented in form of the Constitution Amendment Bill of the year 2020.
Not a single member of the county Assembly of Murang'a rejected the bill despite the fact that there is a news Member of County Assembly who was elected under the support of the Tangatanga wing of deputy president William Ruto.
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