Senator Tata Breaks Silence On BBI, rebukes Kalonzo

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By PATRICK KIMANZI

Kitui Senatorial hopeful Charles Kathingi Nguu popularly known as Tata is opposed to the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI), The COUNTY DIARY has learnt.

SCHOLAR: Charles Kathingi Nguú aka Senator Tata, is a Kenyan Scholar and an insurance business magnate. He is gunning for the Senatorial seat in Kitui County in 2022./PHOTO/PATRICK KIMANZI/MPPRESS

I am opposed to any idea that proposes a three tier government which will mean an increased wage load on the Kenyan shoulders” said the politician.

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Adding that he supports politics of inclusivity meant to stabilise the country politically and economically, Tata termed cohesion as important in Social economic development.

Seeking to correct the Ukambani king, Tata said that any thinking on lifting the governors term limits is misplaced and an idea which should be avoided by every Kenyan of sober mind.

Charles Kathingi Nguú aka Senator Tata, a Kenyan Scholar and a business magnate with diverse interests in Insurance and Property management through Davkat Ventures International is also a politician of repute.

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His other business interests include Betterdeals Insurance Brokers besides some other ventures.

“I further state that every Kenyan’s opinion should be put into consideration before the final draft and that the document should seek to be considerate of the common mwananchi and not only consider the old political spent bullets.

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“I support cohesive relationship between all the 3 Ukambani governors with inclusion of SKM which would give us a bargaining power at the national table” he said.

The BBI should also seek to empower the youth and women, emphasising equity and Equality to all and especially the marginalised including Kitui county community” added Tata speaking to The COUNTY DIARY.

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