Jubilee National Assembly Majority Leader Amos Kimunya has made weird allegations why the Building Bridges Initiative stopped in the Parliament prompting Orange Democratic Movement leaders John Mbadi and Atiende Amollo to react.
Mr. Kimunya has been recorded by the Standard alleging that the Parliament failed to have the BBI bill tabled after the ten days period which was given to Muturi Kigano and his team after "some members of the joint committee on Justice and Legal Affairs (JLAC) contracted Covid-19 thereby postponing the sitting made to engage experts on the BBI bill."
Atiende Amollo and who is part of the JLAC serving as the Vice-Chairman has seemed angry with Amos Kimunya's remarks on the committee's health status alleging that it was just a plan to delay the process since he has not heard any member of the team having contracted the disease.
However, despite the disagreement, the Orange Democratic Movement National Chairman John Mbadi has seemed not overwhelmed by the disagreements forcing him to intervene and cool down temperatures.
Mr. Mbadi has said that it's not good to force some members who are on self-isolation to continue with work yet they much cautious about their health adding that it is a matter of personal responsibility for one to stay away and isolate him or herself.
“It should be a matter of personal responsibility for one to stay away and isolate until they are sure they are safe before engaging with colleagues,” said John Mbadi.
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