William Ruto together with politicians allied to him battled against the BBI and fortunately, the move by Uhuru, Raila to amend sections of the constitution was annulled by both the high court and the appellate court.
The second in command has, in the recent past, been talking ill against the document, tarnishing it as a plot to avail positions to the select few who intend to fortify their ranks in the financial hierarchy.
Ruto has today demanded an apology from Uhuru and Raila for forcing the BBI down the throats of Kenyans. According to Mr Ruto, the view of BBI wrecked the Big 4 Agenda that would have created millions of jobs and provided a universal health coverage framework. He went on to say that the entry of BBI sabotaged the food strategy that was supposed to uplift the lives of farmers by providing them with a market.
He faulted President Kenyatta for thinking along the lines of BBI and as it stands, Uhuru's deputy seeks an apology from the duo.
"BBI is the biggest frod and the most dangerous assignment ever taken that would have destroyed the constitution."Said Ruto.
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