The Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report has received yet another rejection from one of the most famous judges in kenya, Judge Ian Mbugua. The legendary Tusker Project Fame judge have decided to make her decision on the BBI public, and have advised his followers to reject the report.
Judge Ian Mbugua used his official Facebook page to reach out to his fans and followers, advising them against the Building Bridges Initiative report that is being pushed for adoption by the former prime minister Raila Odinga and president Uhuru Kenyatta. His message on facebook was as simple as "Reject BBI".
Source: Judge Ian Mbugua Official Facebook Page.
His stand on the BBI led to a lot of reactions from his followers whereby a section of them supported him on his stand and decision to oppose the BbI report while others bashedb and criticised him for opposing and advising the public against the BBI report.
The country at the moment is polarised on matters supporting the BBI or opposing the report, with the president leading the support pack while the deputy president leads the opposing side of the report.
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