During the gathering members of the national national assembly gave their opinions about the BBI report before it moves to the next stage,many complained that the time that they were given to read the report was not enough,he said that the report is even bigger than the holy bible and the quran combined.
His statement caused drama in the parliament as majority of the members questioned him since he was one of the committee members who were implementing the report.It seemed to be a joke because Honorable Gitonga Muragura is supposed to have mastered the report because he was amongst the committee members implenting the report.
Justin Muturi who is the speaker of the assembly together with other members advised Honourable Gitonga to go and read the report keenly and stop complaining about time, they said that since they have been attending the BBI rallies they are now familiar with the report and no time should be added so as to allow the process move to the next stage.
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