The fight for political seats keeps on spreading across the country like untreatable plague. The greed expressed by politicians has nothing to do with saving poor Kenyans who want a better country with no corruption. The BBI report has been trending for more than two years since the handshake was born. There has been many theories around the BBI report with section of leaders criticizing the report stating that it will not benefit Kenyans.
ODM Party recently was seen taking different directions on the BBI report with some of the supporters alleging that the report could wait and Kenyans focus on the recent issues. This raised questions on the future of the handshake with section of leaders alleging that the BBI was being sabotaged by ODM who felt that the handshake agreement was collapsing.
Recently it emerged that county assembly's had passed the wrong document of the BBI report and this even raised more questions on the legitimacy of the report. According to Majority Whip Senate Kimani Wamatangi reacted stating that, "Senate Majority Whip Kimani Wamatangi refutes claims of the existence of two versions of BBI Bill, reads malice in the 'saga."
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