What Moses Kuria Has Told The MCAs That Might Make Them Shoot Down The BBI
By ActiveDisc | self meida writer
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Jubilee party member of parliament for Gatundu SouthMoses Kuria has reminded the MCA's that if the BBI passes, 80% of them will not be eligible for reelection. He said the BBI provides that for one to be an MCA then they must have a University degree.
With 80% of them having no degree according to Moses Kuria, then if they want to be reelected in 2022, they must reject the BBI. They have been promised a 2million car grant to pass the report. However, the Treasury said it does not have the funds yet together with those of the referendum.
It is not clear whether the MCA's who are going to be affected by the report have read it. But Moses Kuria has come in handy for those who have not yet voted to pass or reject it.
Kuria has also reminded Kenyans that about 180 more members of parliament will be added to balance the gender constitutional requirement. It will be up to the MCAs and Kenyans to decide whether to pass or reject the report. Whatever the decision, they will have to live with its consequences with themselves to blame or thank.
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