Kenyans React After Nyeri Town MP Ngunjiri Wambugu Posted This About BBI 

Kenyans have reacted after Nyeri Town member of parliament Ngunjiri Wambugu posted this in his Facebook page.
Wambugu wrote “We will know who stopped #OneManOneVoteOneShilling,”
Wambugu is a big crusader of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI)  and president Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration.
He is also a big critique of the deputy president William Samoei Ruto’s presidential bid terming him as corrupt and cannot be trusted with the country’s leadership.
His post recieved mixed reactions here are some of  their comments.

Kari’s Kanjugush says “BBI wasn’t about one man one shilling thing…that is just lies…

Its about positions for coalitions…Uhuru admitted it in Mombasa…
BBIwas his hope to putting together an OPPOSITION coalition,”
Cosmas Kering wrote “From the word Go BBI was unconstitutional whoever supported it was like Taliba,”
Nduaci WA Wairimu says “Tutamjua na tumuanike kisha tufukuze Central Kenya.
Aki kuongea tu ukweli Ruto hataki kuona kitu yoyote mzuri ikikuja uku kwetu but isorait…. atatupata tu uku kwa graond,”
George says “U av being in parliament for 4yrs now why av u not taken it to parliament as a bill and pass it there..we av to finish this journey together,”
Mac Haria says “best thing, modern voter are very learned and informed.  you cannot confuse them with funny narratives. they can beat mathematics properly ,”
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Peter Mucheru says “We are not fools, the bbi didn’t have anything to do with one man one  vote,one shilling,all there was is positions and power, that’s why Uhuru  and raila are struggling to bring oka together, next time try to be abit sensible.
“I will revisit your page after the ruling…the high court can’t overturn all the rulings of the high court unless they don’t use the same constitution,” Peris Njoroge says.

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