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Ruto roasted by KOT as BBI Bill passes counties mark.

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Kenyans on Twitter are currently roasting bad DP William Ruto, this as Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) Bill is now headed to the National Assembly and the Senate after it  crossed the 24 counties mark required in law.

At least 15 county assemblies simultaneously passed the Bill raising the tally to 28 counties, thereby christening what former Prime Minister Raila Odinga referred to as a Super Tuesday.

Raila during the weekend expressed confidence that the required 24 assemblies would have passed the BBI Bill by Tuesday, paving the way for it’s next step; the National Assembly.

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Raila also fired shots at the Bill’s critics, encouraging them to continue opposing it, promising them a sound beating at the ballot.

Deputy President William Ruto has been blowing cold and hot concerning the initiative.

DP Ruto has been blowing hot and cold over his support for BBI.

He has in the recent days called for a consensus while at the same time opining that the drive was not a priority to the country at the moment.

He was once quoted promising to shoot down the bill, “Hii Reggea tutaisimamisha” He said.

County assemblies that passed the BBI Bill on Tuesday include Kakamega, Narok, Makueni, Nyamira, Taita Taveta, Kitui, Bungoma, Murang’a, Machakos, and Lamu.

Others are Nyeri, Nyandarua, Kirinyaga, and Garissa. Baringo is the only county that has so far rejected the bill

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