The nominated member of parliament Hon. Godfrey Osotsi has spilled beans on his allegations that the biggest beneficiaries of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) are people from the United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
According to Honourable Godfrey Osotsi, the UDA allies pretend to be against the proposed initiative by the head of the nation His Excellence Uhuru Kenyatta and his counterpart Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga but they are most people who again benefiting from the process.
Speaking on KBC channel, Hon. Osotsi who avoided to highlight how the UDA supporters are benefiting from the initiative, claiming that for security purposes.
On the other hand, the nominated member of parliament Godfrey Osotsi has blamed those people who are against the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) for failing to give solutions on how the country should be.
"Those fighting BBI vigorously are not giving us their solutions in how they are going to solve issues affecting this country."
The MP has asked those people that are fighting the initiative to provide their solutions which will help solve the issues affecting the country.
His allegations may not sound well to UDA supporters since from the look of things, the UDA allies have been seen as being against the new referendum. When he reveals this, actually it might be a big shame to them.
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