Sirma Calls For Referendum On Constitution
Sirma who was the Minister for East African Community in former President Mwai Kibaki's government urged President Uhuru Kenyatta to allow Kenyans to go for the plebiscite over the issue
He said such a move would help remove many jobs that have hiked the country's wage bill.
Sirma said some jobs created after the coming of the new constitution were unnecessary and unsustainable.
Speaking at Pemwai in Baringo County after launching a house and a bus for the elderly, Sirma warned that Kenya was headed in the wrong direction with the current rising wage bill.
Sirma who failed to recapture his seat in the last general election lamented over tribalism being practised in high places noting that it will kill the unity of Kenyans.
The former MP also warned against excessive use of alcohol in Baringo County saying it negatively affects development.
He urged parents as well as teachers to discourage youths from partaking alcohol.
By Angel Mboya
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