Deputy President William Ruto has urged Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta to ask for forgiveness from Kenyans for wasting their time on BBI bill. Ruto was speaking in Machakos town where he was engaging traders in his 2022 manifesto.
"Hawa watu ( Raila and his NASA brigade) walikuja 2018 wakasimamisha mambo ya housing, kilimo na uchumi ambayo ingeleta kazi na biashara kwa wananchi. Waliteta BBI ambayo tayari Mungu amesimamisha, kwa ivyo tunawaambia kwanza waombe msamaha kwa wananchi kabla ya kuongea na sisi" said Ruto.
Ruto has been blaming Raila for derailing the big 4 agenda which he had planned with President Uhuru in their second term to help provide cheap housing, affordable health care, manufacturing jobs and food security in the country. Ruto says Raila's quest to change the constitution became the amin agenda and now that it failed after the high court decision to call it null and void, he (Raila) should apologise for wasting resources and time that was put in place to ensure the BBI bill was processed.
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