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Moses Kuria Supports Raila And Announce Mt Kenya’s Next Plan

Job Maangi



Photo: Former prime minister Raila Odinga with Gatundu South Member of parliament Moses Kuria

The Building bridges initiative is likely to be a solution to the problems that Kenyans have been facing since we got Independence.

However the exchange of words between the leaders at Bomas Kenya was a start of fresh political controversy in the country.

The deputy president had a hardline stand that there are sections in the report should be amended to accommodate all people.

Former prime minister Raila Odinga has bowed down to Ruto’s push for further amendments in the Building bridges initiative as he has met various groups.

Gatundu South Member of parliament who has been a strong supporter of the deputy president Dr William Ruto changed tune concerning the BBI report.

Moses Kuria congratulated the Pastoralists Leadership for articulating their proposed changes to the BBI report and thanked Rt Hon Raila Odinga for accepting to have those changes effected.

“Tomorrow as the leadership of the farming regions we shall also meet to discuss Guaranteed Minimum Returns (GMR) and the One Man One Vote principle and later on present our proposals to Rt Hon Raila Odinga,” Moses Kuria said.

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He continued to say that leaders from farming communities will meet the Former prime minister Raila Odinga on 10th November to present their views on the report.

” More important BBI must address the issue of requiring MCAs to have degrees. I know many graduates who were born intelligent till education ruined them. Go yonder Waheshimiwa MCAs. BBI is the gravy train for all. Demand your pound of flesh now or keep your peace forever,” Gatundu South law maker remarked.

Moses Kuria remarked that he supports the clamour by MCAs to entrench issues they have fought for in the BBI which includes rights to car grants and mortgages just like MPs.

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