The issue of political parties forming coalitions ahead of the August 2022 General Elections, has attracted lots of views and opinions across the country. From common citizens to leaders as well as lawyers and political analysts, have been giving their remarks through different mediums.Picture for illustrative purpose.
A Senior Lawyer has boldly and confidently linked the Building Bridges Intiative Report Bill and the possibility of a coalition between the Deputy President and Raila Odinga. Wahome Thuku noted that, majority of the TangaTanga brigade supporters are willing(unlike it was there before, when Ruto had not hinted on a possibility of a coalition) to vote yes for the BBI Bill since it could be an avenue to a strong coalition.Picture for illustrative purpose.
Attached please find his facebook post as I captured it from his facebook timeline for your review. "Now every TangaTanga wants the BBI passed. A deal between Raila and Ruto can only ripen under BBI." reads part of his facebook post.￼Picture for illustrative purpose.
From the above post, Wahome Thuku reminded his followers that to be a Prime Minister, you must be an elected Member of Parliament first, then leader of a political party or coalition with majority MPs.￼
Wahome Thuku's facebook post attracted lots of reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below. Attached see screenshots of how they reacted.Picture for illustrative purpose.
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