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On Friday, Baringo Senator Gideon Moi met with Nakuru County MCAs led by the house deputy speaker Samuel Tonui and minority leader Peter Parangía.
The leaders are said to have discussed a range of issues touching on the common mwananchi and the country at large.
The closed-door meeting was held in Njoro Nakuru County barely a day after Moi suffered a major blow in his home county when the ward representatives rejected BBI Bill despite his efforts to root for it.
30 MCAs are said to have voted for the shootdown for the BBI Amendment Bill claiming it has no benefits for the common mwananchi.
The session even saw some of the MCAs engaging in a physical fight before the police lobbed teargas into the chambers to disperse them.
Caleb Kositany who is Jubilee‚Äôs party Deputy Secretary-General had written a letter to the county assembly informing the ward representatives that the party had not taken any official position on the BBI amendment Bill.