Major (Rtd) John Seii who was among a 14-member team that were unveiled to bring to fruition a peace pact,that was reached following a surprise meeting between President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition chief Raila Odinga back in 2018.
Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) taskforce member Major Rtd General John Seii in his statement said that the final report has shocked them and Kenyans should know that many things were 'sneaked' into the document.
He says at no time in their countrywide town hall tours did Kenyans ask for the reintroduction of the position of Prime Minister and his two deputies.
Neith did Kenyans ask for additional MPs. "What happened in Naivasha shocked all of us because Kenyans said they're satisfied,"
The inclusivity that Kenyans talked about was mainly sharing resources at the county level but it has been made to look like it was about creating positions at the top, he adds.
Maj. Retired General Seii was speaking during a morning show live on one of the Kalenjin radio stations this morning.
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