President Uhuru Kenyatta has hit out once again at political leaders, who have embarked on BBI politicking. This follows the recent unveilling of the Building Bridges Initiative(BBI) report, at the Bomas Of Kenya in Nairobi.
Speaking at the official hand-over ceremony of the Mang’u Dispensary Outpatient in Kiambu County, the president hit out on MP’S, majorly aligned to the Deputy President William Ruto, saying they lacked a sense of focus and direction.
A visibly angry Kenyatta, said that the legislators criticized and campaigned against the document even before it was unveiled, and were now issuing conditions for the implementation of the report.
“Its time as a country, where we say that enough is enough. Before the report was released, these people took time campaigning against it, saying that we are creating posts for the dynasties. Now that it is released, they are at it again, taking another different direction,” said angry Kenyatta.
The president also added that he was tired of hearing politicians, who were politicking about the BBI, yet it was designed to create a cohesive, peaceful and progressive country.
The dispensary was built by the Japanese government at a cost of Kshs 8 Million, and is set to benefit citizens of Kiambu County, by improving on the health sector of the area.
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