President Uhuru Kenyatta and Orange democratic movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga launched the building bridges initiative (BBI) report some days ago at Bomas of Kenya.
During the launch and shortly after the launch - after a high profile BBI retreat in Naivasha-- President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM Party leader Raila Odinga through James Orengo made it clear that the BBI report would not be subjected to further amendments.
Days later, Raila Odinga took to social media to declare that BBI report is closed and no ammendments will be made only saying that few editorial changes will be done.
During the previous engagements on BBI, Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka and Bungoma senator Moses Wetang'ula made it clear that they fully support the process with Mudavadi and DP Ruto the only ones to express reservation.
And now, there is a new twist after Kalonzo Musyoka's political camp backtracked on their earlier position and are now calling for changes on the BBI report.
From the first to the second minute of this VIDEO by NTV Jioni, the politicians are now calling for ammendments on the report saying the whole process beats logic if the proponents are not open to accommodating dissenting voices.
In the same Video, a similar position is made by Bungoma County senator Moses Wetang'ula who has seemingly changed tune and is now calling for ammendments on BBI report.
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