Forgive Us’: Kenyan MP Apologizes For Voting YES On Finance Bill 2024


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Central Turkana MP Joseph Namuar has apologised to his constituents for voting in favour of the now-withdrawn Finance Bill 2024.

Namuar, who is also a strong United Democratic Party (UDA) party affiliate, said that the move by President William Ruto to decline to sign the Bill into law has paved the way for dialogue.

He further pleaded with his constituents for their pardon after voting for the passing of the Bill which has sparked violent protests and caused the deaths of protesters.

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