Blogger Dennis Itumbi has taken to Twitter to congratulate the senate for voting against changes proposed by majority whip Irungu Kang'ata to defer implementation of revenue sharing among the counties.
On Tuesday afternoon, the senate was heated with back and forth debates and in the end the deputy speaker Margeret Kamar had to postpone the sharing formula to next week on Tuesday.
Itumbi has taken to Twitter for shooting down Kang’ata’s proposals.
“When the People beat the System. It behaves exactly like that. But we will beat the system. Salute Senate for voting for a Win - Win formula! The People vs The System,” he tweeted.
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