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Faces of shame: Yes Mps who used powers in finance bill


Kenya Kwanza MPs who vigorously supported the Finance Bill, 2024 are reeling from adverse image shocks after President William Ruto made a U-turn on the contentious tax measures.

Even as the President’s troops suffered confidence concerns, some of his former allies turned critics over the push for the controversial Finance Bill, 2024 were vindicated, boosting their political credits.

The MPs joined President Ruto on Wednesday at the State House for deliberations before a briefing in which they sat behind him applauding as he announced the withdrawal of the Bill.

Most of the MPs have taunted their opponents and vowed to railroad the Bill through parliament despite growing public disaffection and opposition from their Azimio counterparts.

National Assembly Majority Leader Kimani Ichung’wah, Chief Whip Sylvanus Osoro, Budget and Appropriations Committee Chairperson Ndindi Nyoro and Finance and Planning Committee Chairperson Kimani Kuria, Gladys sholei deputy speaker,  Alice Nganga Thika town mp, ndindi nyoro, owen Baya deputy whip, moses wetangula , Kuria kimani etc were among the Kenya Kwanza bigwigs who aggressively backed the Bill.

Some of the Kenya Kwanza MPs had found it difficult to hold public events in their constituencies as constituents bayed for their blood for supporting the Finance Bill.

Former Law Society of Kenya President Nelson Havi said the MPs who voted Yes for the Bill should be recalled by their electorate saying the President heard the cry of the people and acted.

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