Building Bridges initiative Bill nightmare still rocks the country as some leaders points fingers at each other for it's stalment.After its historic nullification by the court of appeal in a panel of seven judges.
Deputy president William Ruto aggressively distanced himself with it's stalment pledging that it is not him who stopped building bridges initiative Bill,it was God who did that, because it was not good for consumption by common citizens.
He further reiterated that there was so many ways of how his Excellency the President Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga would have handled the issue of adding other constituencies as it was in the bill.
According to deputy Ruto he maintained that the bill would have gone through the Independent Electoral and boundary commission IEBC body afterwards is when it is taken through various stages as stipulated by the law.
All these happens with only few days away from general election as stipulated by the IEBC calendar.
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