The Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) process that seeks to make amendments to the Constitution of Kenya, 2010, has continued to raise debates since the shock by the High Court days ago.
Kenyans have remained in uncertainties with the process seeming to have been stalled due to the High Court ruling that nullified BBI terming it unconstitutional.
Mathira Constituency member of parliament Hon Rigathi Gachagua has delivered bad news to Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga and his BBI Proponents, revealing controversial details about Jubilee party's involvement in BBI.
Despite Raila and President Uhuru Kenyatta pushing for the amendment of the Constitution and mobilizing Kenyans to support the process, Hon Gachagua has revealed that Jubilee does not have its party position on the Process despite the party Leader's involvement.
Speaking on KTN on Thursday night, the Controversial Deputy President William Ruto ally revealed that Jubilee has never met to discuss the BBI agenda.
"We have never sat as Jubilee to discuss BBI. We do not have a party position," Hon Rigathi Gachagua said.
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