Speaking to the star on Tuesday morning, the lawmaker has now reported that the Building Bridges Initiative is and will remain as a selfish interest for the two political leaders, contrary to the 2010 Constitution.
For example, the MP has expressed his heartfelt anger to the Members of the Parliament after they refused to adopt William Ruto's multiple-choice referendum, saying that it's unfortunate that the BBI bill is being controlled by President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga, yet it should be for all kenyans.
“This referendum should not be seen to be for this BBI nonsense. Laws should be made for posterity. I am not going to support a bill that has selfish and narrow interests. Members of Parliament who have vested interests in this bill should keep them aside,” Baya said.
He added, “I will personally reject a bill that does not entrench all aspects of the conduct of the referendum, if it does not buttress what is in the IEBC Act.”
Meanwhile, Deputy President William Ruto’s push for multiple questions in the BBI referendum has suffered a huge blow after MPs struck a deal to block the quest.
This is after MPs allied to the handshake partners deleted the provision initially put forth by the Justice and Legal Affairs Committee in the draft Referendum Bill, 2020.
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