Mutula Kilonzo Reacts to Irungu Kangata's Latest Message
By Jonjez | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 8013 views
Building Bridges Initiative has been boosted after more than 30 counties agreed to pass it.This comes after the former Whip Irungu Kangata had alleged that Building Bridges Initiative is unpopular to most Kenyans especially from Mt.Kenya.Mutula Kilonzo was reacting after Kangata had disclosed more details from his letter that brought entire Mt.Kenya to a standstill.
Kangata has revealed that in his letter,he had predicted the counties outcome.The legislator has claimed that,his advise was taken serious by the Kieleweke camp.Irungu Kangata added that he advised president on how to manage all the assemblies throughout the Nation
Kangata said"See herein below page 4 of my letter to HE .I had predicted this outcome. It seems all my advise was taken seriously.I advised against a by- election in Nairobi;I advised on managing assemblies; I advised on matters coffee."Kangata has posted after more than six counties from the Mt.Kenya region has endorsed and pass the bill.
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