Honourable Kipchimba Murkomen has dismissed the allegations by Senator Mutula Kilonzo jnr that the BBI was going to help solve issues mental health for workers in the Judicial and other public offices.
Murkomen alleged that this issues can be solved without involving the law.
"This is not a problem of the law. With a little sensitivity on mental health issues a different approach would apply. I hope now the proceedings will be held in camera. On a different note Sen MKJ must you now talk about BBI" Murkomen stated
The elgeyo Marakwet senator asked the family and judicial to find a way to deal with Justice Mary Gitumbi's health status while in office.
"There is now a greater realization that mental health is of grave concern to many in our country and the world. I wish @CJMarthaKoome @jsckenya @StateHouseKenya &the family of Justice Mary Gitumbi would find another way of dealing with her suitability to hold public office" he stated.
Kilonzo responded to him stating that the BBI was going to solve this.
"The issue may be subjective , but it is also possible that the long process will guarantee benefits . The short cut to Article 168 is what BBI was proposing . Our views on this are on record" Mutula Jnr tweeted.
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