The Kirinyaga Jubilee chairman Mureithi Kang'ara today warned leaders allied to the deputy president that after the BBI bill prevailed in a good number of counties, if they maintained their position of opposing it, they were going to be embarrassed when the referendum was held.
The outspoken leader further noted that it was very important that even some of the counties that many people thought they were going to vote against the document, they surprised Kenyans by passing the bill. He also said that president Uhuru deserved to be respected by leaders who he helped in their political careers.
He proceeded to add that what many leaders now opposing him never knew was that he was one leader who was going to be very instrumental in who was going to succeed him after his tenure.
Kang'ara noted that Uhuru was very strong and that considering that he only showed up in a few meetings where he convinced MCAs to support BBI, anyone who had an ambition to become the next head of state, the right person to meet was him.
Attached is a video link of Kang'ara speaking:
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