See Details On The War Notice Sifuna Gave To MCA's Today
By UDAPARTY | self meida writer
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The Orange Democratic movement held a meeting with MCA's in Nairobi, today. The meeting was purposed sell the Building Bridges Initiative since MCA's interact with the local citizens from time to time. According to the ODM party tweet, few minutes ago, the party's secretary general urged the MCA's to prepare for war, “I want to put you on notice that we are at war. We must be ready to face the enemy. It is not our wish but the enemy has brought the war to our doorstep and we must be prepared” said Sifuna.
The Orange Democratic Movement Party leader was left behind as he was able to explain the benefits of the BBI. Raila Odinga also gave his view on the Sh2 million car grant promised to Members of County Assembly (MCAs) In conduition that they pass the BBI Bill. Raila said that he is in full support of this grant promise that President Uhuru Kenyatta had promised during the meeting in Sagana. "If MPs receive Sh7 million car grant why will it be a crime and you are the people who are in contact with the people?" Asked Raila.
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