Ndaragwa Member Of Parliament Jeremiah Kioni has revisited the BBI issue as he requests the people of Mt Kenya and to reject leaders who stood against the initiative just to ensure the region do not get 54 Billions Kenya Shillings. Taking to his Twitter handle, the Ndaragwa legislator has said that those who made sure that BBI report failed should first seek forgiveness for failing them. This is a direct dig at the Deputy President William Ruto and his allies because they are the one who Campaigned against the BBI. However, although the Report was halted by the Court, the anti BBI camp cerebrated court decision.According to Jeremiah Kioni, the money that was coming to the Mt Kenya region could have gone a long way in helping the region secure education for their children. The Ndaragwa legislator has been campaining for the halted BBI report to be implemented through the National Assembly, although there are massive objections from the same group that opposed BBI.
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