The allegations made by the former vice chair of the United Democratic Alliance Party, Kipruto Arap Kirwa, about what President William Ruto's administration is allegedly trying to do through a back door have recently drawn criticism.
Speaking exclusively to KTN, the former Cherangany Member of Parliament, who supported Raila against President William Ruto in the general elections of August 9, now claims that President Ruto is attempting to introduce the Building Bridges Initiative, or BBI, by a backdoor method.
" The way I see the current administration of William Ruto, they are trying to embrace the BBI through the back door. One is they have created the position of the prime minister,now they are creating the position of assistant deputy Ministers calling them CAS.. Third they are saying ministers will be going to parliament to be questioned." Kipruto Arap Kirwa said.
Observe some Kenyans' responses to Kipruto Arap Kirwa's comments;
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