Garissa Township Member of Parliament, Aden Duale, has hinted while speaking on the state of the nation on k24 alleging that there was an Evil Plan by the state through the building bridges innitiative bbi bill.
According to Hon. Aden Duale the Building bridges innitiative bbi bill is to achieve two things. To capture the parliament, the Judiciary, and then create an position for imperial president who will have power to do what ever he wants.
Remember that Hon. Aden Duale is a strong ally of the second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto who is associated with the UDA party. But one good thing about Aden Duale is a political leader who is bold enough to criticize the president without fear.
Aden Duale further alleged that the UDA party that is associated with deputy president William Ruto is now the biggest political party because it has more political leaders than the rest of other parties.
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