The BBI document continues to raise serious questions on its validity. There are claims that the BBI document is a product of greed, deceit and mistrust between the promoters and against the public. It is said that it proceeded from a false premise of securing interim peace without guaranteeing lasting electoral justice and democratic rule. Some Kenyans also claim that its end will be apocalyptic to the promoters.
Recently, governor Kivutha Kibwana claimed that the BBI conundrum raises serious questions on the sovereignty of the people of Kenya. He also stated that a pentagon of key ethnic kingpins is not likely to improve our governance. The two sets of Amendment Bills that were delivered to the county assemblies has now led to heated debates among legislators. One set was delivered to 34 counties while the other set was taken to 13 county assemblies. It was big irony that the Senate and the National Assembly also received disparate copies of the bill.
The big question is that was it just grammatical errors and typos or there was more hidden agenda on this document? Should Kenyans really embrace this document that continues to confuse even its promoters?
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