The deputy president William Ruto has today hit out at President Uhuru Kenyatta and his counterpart Raila Odinga over the Building Bridges Initiative which was dismissed in the courts for being unconstitutional. He dismissed the report terming it an evil plan being used by individuals for selfish gains. He added that the BBI reggae was stopped by God after supporters termed it unstoppable.
The deputy president was speaking during his. campaigns in the nation where decided to attack the Orange Democratic Movement party leader. He stated that the various clauses proposed in the bill would have been solved in the national assembly hearings and passed without coming up with a whole document that would require time and resources to process.
He told off the leaders to stop lying to Kenyans because they are not 'stupid'. He noted that the focus the government put on BBI should have been invested in uplifting the hustlers and consequently the economy of the country.
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