Stop brokering BBI, Kitui Mp & Church Leaders Warn Raila Odinga



  • Stop Taking BBI Opinions and Recomendations to Raila Odinga, Take it To the Task Force instead
  • President Kenyatta Ought to Stop Raila Odinga from Interfearing with BBI discussion.
  • Mwingi must be Made County —Mp Nimrod Mbai
  • Mp threaten to go to court to get the BBI report declared illegal due to the fact that people should have been taking their inputs directly to BBI task force but not Raila Odinga

Popular Kitui East Member of Parliament hon Nimrod Mbithuka Mbai has threatened to Move to Court to stop Orange Democratic Movement leader Rt Hon Raila Odinga from what he termed brokering the Building Bridge Initiative Document.

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President Kenyatta while launching the BBI document called for all-inclusive Approach in the clamour for the constitutional change, ODM party has been flip-flopping on matters Inclusivity.

The Party has taken it upon themselves saying that the document can not be altered or amended the sentiment which has not gone down well with Section of kenyans and churches leaders.

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“According to Mp Nimrod Mbai, it’s only The Holy Bible which can not be altered. The BBI document Must be amended to include the aspirations of all Kenyans so that we can have none contested Referendum Next year, Mp Has said.

Speaking in Machakos County The Budding legislator warned Raila of Brokering – saying that, ” Raila Odinga can be allowed to determine which opinion should be included in the final document. Changing the Constitution is not a one-man affair, it’s Process which include all players, Mp Added.

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A section of church leaders has hit out at the Building Bridges Initiative taskforce for ignoring concerns raised by the Church.

The leaders drawn from the evangelical ministries on Wednesday said it was unfortunate that despite having presented their memorandum to the taskforce, none of their concerns had been captured in the final draft.

Led by Bishop Mark Kariuki, the leaders said issues raised by the church in the 2010 Constitution have not been exhausted.