The Thursday 6th May 2021 vote on the Building Bridges Initiative(BBI) document after an intense debate has continued to spark debates on various arenas.
Hon Ngunjiri Wambugu has revealed what the DP will realize before making a move to discard or do away with the Tangatanga MPs who voted against BBI in the National Assembly.
The flamboyant legislator has stated that the 83 legislators who voted against the BBI will realize they have lost their legitimacy to convince the masses to follow Ruto, and when Ruto realizes this, he will discard all the 83 MPs who voted against BBI in the National Assembly.
"Those who voted ‘NO’ will soon realize that they are only useful to Ruto because they can get him votes; and having proven that they can sacrifice the interests of those they represent to make their leader happy, they will realize they have lost the legitimacy to convince anyone to follow Ruto. And once Ruto realizes this, he will discard them," Ngunjiri Wambugu said.
The Nyeri Town Constituency MP has also alleged that the MPs from Mount Kenya region who voted against BBI in the National Assembly, did so against the interest of the people they represent.
"Those who voted ‘NO’ in Mt Kenya so as to prove their loyalty to Ruto, voted against the interests of those they represent. They voted against more money, and one-man-one-vote. They therefore lost the legitimacy to represent their voters," Hon Ngunjiri Wambugu added.
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