Political leaders have declared their stand on the new and the latest version of BBI report. Some leaders for instance those are allied to Tangatanga group have experienced mixed reactions. They are seemed to support some sections of the report while opposing others. According to the report that is in the public domain, Ruto has summoned a crisis meeting with his troops in next week in order to come up with a common stand on the new BBI report.
On the other hand, the former vice President Honourable Kalonzo Musyoka who was earlier supporting the report. But after the introduction of the new version, he has not openly supported or appended his signature to support the report. This has made Kenyans to question his stand on the report.
According to Kalonzo Musyoka, he held a meeting with all Kitui elected leaders in order to come up with the same stand on the BBI report. " Last evening I hosted all elected leaders from Kitui county..." Kalonzo Musyoka wrote in his Twitter account.
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