"There Is A Group Of Few Kenyans Who Want To Ammend The BBI" ~ John Mbadi to Speaker Justin Muturi
By Bozemba | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 1 views
Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party Chairman John Mbadi, who is also the Suba Member of Parliament raised a very attentive Point in the Parliament. And he explained to Speaker Justin Muturi that there was a group of few Kenyans who were planning to ammend the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) without Involving the Parliament.
"There is a group of a few Kenyans who want to ammend the BBI without Involving the Parliament. It is very sad, meaning that BBI was formed for some people in this Country and not the Kenyan Citizens.
Currently, there is a division between Kieleweke Members of Parliament and the ODM MPs. Reason because of the BBI. Garissa Town Member of Aden Bare Duale questioned Speaker Justin Muturi on why they were extending the BBI Committee.
Rumours are that the BBI Principals President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and the ODM party leader Raila Amollo Odinga are not good Political State.
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