Gideon Moi's Simple Reaction After Bomet County 'Betrayed' Ruto Elicits Massive Reaction
By Calender | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 0 views
Baringo Senator Gideon Moi was a happy man on Tuesday after a Rift Valley County Passed the BBI Bill.
Taking to his Facebook Page, the Senator wrote: "thank you Bomet."
His reactions comes barely a week after he was embarrassed in his own County when Baringo County Assembly MCAs rejected the BBI Bill.
The MCAs, in an apparent show of solidarity with the Deputy President William a Ruto who is a political nemesis of the Senator, shoot down the bill becoming the first and the only county so far to reject the Bill.
The move by Bomet to pass the Bill seems to have given the Senator a reason to clap back at his arch-rival.
His move to specifically thank Bomet County is a testament that the Senator was communicating a political message to his rivals, perhaps saying the county had heeded to his call since he is one of the notable figures in Rift Valley who is pushing for the Bill.
The Deputy President has been on the forefront opposing it.
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