Tharaka Nithi Governor Muthomi Njuki Makes A U-Turn And Reveals Why BBI Is Unsellable In Meru
By Trueboy_NyakokoTV | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 13083 views
Thara Nithi Governor Muthomi Njuki is the latest governor to add his voice in the ongoing debate on the BBI. Speaking in Tharaka Nithi the legislator claimed that the BBI document is unsalable in Tharaka Nithi and Meru at large because of the people associated with it.
According to the governor, the association of the whole process with Raila Odinga is the main reason why Majority of residents of his area are opposed to it, this comes only a few days after president Uhuru Kenyatta toured Mt. Kenya region to popularize the document.
His sentiments only coming a few weeks after more than forty leaders drawn from Mount Kenya wrote a letter to President Uhuru Kenyatta airing their grievances and reservations about the document saying that it was unpopular in Mount Kenya.
Uhuru however gave them a wide bath and went ahead to popularize the document in the region even without their support. Below is the link to the video of the governor speaking:
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