Gatundu South member of parliament honourable Moses Kuria is one of the Kenyan politicians who are always criticising the current government. Even though he is the parliament, he has never been shy from posting what the government has done wrong.
As the BBI bill is in parliament and senate, there is an issue of 70 more constituencies to be added. However, some leaders say it is unconstitutional while others say there is no problem with the issue. Moses Kuria has welcomed the new constituencies but one condition. According to him, he fully welcome the 70 New Constituencies. However, if the price to pay is to extend the life of this government by even one day, you can boil the 70 and make soup from them.
This is an issue that has divided most Kenyans including the political leaders who are supporting it. For instance, James Orengo says the matter is unconstitutional while John Mbadi says that ODM members should pass the constitution as it is.
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