Kapseret Member of Parliament Hon Oscar Sudi has broken his loud silence on the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) saying that the Tangatanga Movement brigade never said that they were against the initiative.
Hon Oscar Sudi in a video he shared on his twitter page while addressing Kenyans said that the Deputy President Dr William Ruto and his allies said that the country does not need constitutional changes especially at this time when the nation is facing financial difficulties.
The Legislator therefore said that whether the Building Bridges Initiative passes or fails, it is totally non of their business.
He said that what they as Tangatanga Movement members want to make clear is that the initiative is not a priority for Kenyans and the nation at the moment.
"Whether BBI passes or fails is non of our business. What we want to make clear is that BBI is not a priority at the moment." Hon Oscar Sudi noted on his twitter page as shown below;
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