Hon. Caleb Kositany has hinted through his Twitter page saying that that paragraph of the Building Bridges initiative BBI Bill that eliminate election violence should be Redrafted to tame Kiambu Governor James Nyoro.
According to him Kiambu governor Hon. James Nyoro need to be tame, which non of us can tell why he wants the Governor to be tame. Hon. Caleb Kositany should be bold enough to tell us what exactly did Kiambu governor did that makes him think that the Governor must be tame.
Here is what Hon. Caleb Kositany shared on his Twitter page alleging that Kiambu governor should be tame!
"That paragraph in BBI that will eliminate election violence,must be redrafted to tame the Kiambu governor. BBI Nonsense.
Hon. Caleb Kositany end by saying the BBI Nonsense, I really don't understand why all Leaders ally to Deputy President William Ruto believe that the Building Bridges initiative BBI Bill should be rejected,?
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