Kipipiri Member of Parliament Honourable Amos Kimunya, who is also the Majority leader in the Parliament, had an Interview with Ben Kitili on Ktn News. And the discussion was about the Building Bridges Initiative was going to be Implemented.
Kimunya stated that they were not going to delay BBI. Since it was going to benefit Kenyans, he also alerted leaders who are against the BBI Report, that they will shock them by Passing the Bill.
"We Cannot delay the BBI business further because we have something on record now. And those who are on the frontline Interfering with BBI, we will actually shocK them." Stated Kimunya
There is a misunderstanding within the ODM Camp, whereby there is a group of leaders who want the formation of 70 Constituency to succeed, while some are opposing.
Siaya Senator James Aggrey Orengo, Rarieda Member of Parliament Honourable Otiende Amollo and the Nyamira Senator Kennedy Mong'are Okong'o are the leaders who supporting the formation of the 70 New Constituencies.
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