Renowned Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi on Wednesday 21st October revealed that the Building Bridges Initiative is in favor of Deputy President William Ruto who has been on the frontline of criticizing it.
Taking to twitter hours after the report was presented to President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga at the the Kisii State Lodge Ruto’s allies led by Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen started criticizing the report.
Wondering why the leaders were criticizing it, Mutahi Ngunyi could not help but question their intesntions especially after according to him, the report favors the DP.
In a tweet, the vocal political analyst revealed that if well looked at, the report was in favor of the DP but the main problem is that the DP wants everything to himself.
“I do not UNDERSTAND Ruto and his WAILING SISTERS, including My FREN @Kipmurkomen. The #BBIReport does not DISADVANTAGE them AT ALL. It works in Ruto’s FAVOUR, when you THINK about it. But RUTO wants it ALL TO HIMSELF. He wants a FERRARI Presidency not a MATATU Presidency in BBI”, read Nguny’s tweet.
This is after Murkomen took to twitter to start anti-BBI campaigns just hours after reading it.
“I have read the proposed BBI Constitution of Kenya (Amendment) Bill,2020 and in summary it’s a total sum of all the parochial attitudes and behaviors of politicians creating positions for themselves at the top. President,DP,PM,2DPMs, 94 Senators,360MNA…”, tweeted Murkomen.
ODM leader Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday received the much anticipated report in the absence of Deputy President William Ruto.
While receiving the report, the president hit back at the Building Bridges Initiative critics saying they should show leadership when they read the report rather than creating division.
“We are not looking for the things we disagree about. Let us bring that consensus and move forward. I want to plead with my political colleagues that this is not the time to create division. This is the time for each and every person to show leadership,” he said.