Senator Irungu Kang'ata has openly dissected the Building Bridges Intitiative, rubbishing claims that the process initiated by President Kenyatta and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga is popular.
Both George Koimburi and Francis Muraya won against Jubilee candidate, with Muraya obtaining 58% of total votes casted against Jubilee candidate, Honorable, Peter Thinji who got 42% of total casted vote as Koimburi takes, the late Juja Mp Widow, Mrs Waititu of Jubilee.
According to him, UDA's victory in the region proof, the Building Bridges Intitiative is not popular in the political ground as others think, hence a warning to document proponent to prepare for Hustler Nation take over.
Through his Twitter, Senator Kang'ata wrote,"When I said BBI is unpopular, I meant the ground, not political elites. Hustlers win two seats in Mt Kenya Juja and Rurii."
Following Kang'ata remarks, Kenyans have shown series of reactions with others saying "Hustker Nation Must be respected." Others also praising the Senator for Good campaign in Juja that has granted them victory. Reaction as attached;
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