The deputy president Honourable William Ruto and his allies are working hard to ensure the BBI bill is not succeeding. Leaders led by Honourable Raila Odinga and president Uhuru Kenyatta are determined to ensure the bill goes to the referendum to allow Kenyans make their own decision.
The bill was stopped by the High Court after ruling that the BBI process was unconstitutional. However, the Handshake proponents and their supporters have gone to court to appeal the ruling.
Robert Alai a blogger who is allied to the Handshake has questioned those people who are fighting BBI for the sake of DP Ruto. He said that these people will realize later that Ruto is using them in his presidential bid. He said that once he gets what he want, he will maul them. "...those fighting BBI for Ruto not realizing that Ruto will maul them after they have helped secure for him the seat..." Robert Alai wrote in his Twitter account.
Robert Alai's comment has attracted criticism from Kenyans online, here some of the reactions;
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