According to the deputy president William Ruto Raila Odinga and Uhuru Kenyatta should adopt the tanga tanga proposal to make the Constitution to serve all Kenyans without wasting much resources to the referendum.
Ruto who is not ready to lead the No team, he has bouldly become bold in criticizing the document . Today in Narok county the deputy president William Ruto asked the ODM party leader and Uhuru Kenya to leave the women representative to remain in National assembly and not to be taken to Senate as its proposed in the new proposed document .
The deputy president also wanted the committee for BBI to abolish the body that is set to foresee and check the operation of the judiciary thus terming it as undermining of the Kenyan judiciary.
The deputy president further said that if the above demands are checked out nobody will be complaining about the BBI and it will be cost friendly.
William Ruto is for a non contested referendum where there will be no group of people who are opposing the amendments.
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