Thursday November 28, 2019 - The Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report is already facing headwinds from President Uhuru Kenyatta’s backyard even before takeoff.
On Thursday, Narc Kenya Chairperson, Martha Karua, described the report as shallow and underwhelming.
Martha, who is the former Gichugu MP, said a lot of issues on BBI are already in the constitution and they only need to be implemented.
“#BBIDemystified the much hyped report is dimply put underwhelming.”
“A lot of issues raised like national ethos, fight against corruption and inclusivity already provided for by our constitution which is yet to be fully implemented,” Karua stated.
Karua’s comments came hours after Gatundu South MP, Moses Kuria, termed the BBI report as fake.
“Much as I strongly support the BBI report, I will vehemently oppose the formation of a committee of experts.”
“I strongly suspect that what was released today was a Bonoko (fake) report.”
“The actual one is the one that will be released by the Committee of Quacks that will be formed to ‘refine’ the draft.”
“Stay woke, good people,” Kuria said on Wednesday evening.
BBI was released on Wednesday by President Uhuru Kenyatta with politicians preaching unity and a new dawn for Kenya.
The Kenyan DAILY POST