By COUNTY DIARY.
Former Majority Leader and Garissa Township Member of Parliament Aden Duale has accused some governors of supporting BBI to ‘sanitise’ themselves from court cases, the COUNTY DIARY has learnt.
Duale hit out at governors backing BBI to ‘evade court cases’ while
Mbadi said those pushing for further amendments are saboteurs.
Garissa Township MP Aden Duale was speaking when he toured various Garissa Township NG-CDF projects last week.
Speaking in Garissa over the weekend, Duale said the governors are blindly supporting the document thinking that it will clear them of cases in court but the facts remained that, the hustler Nation is behind Hon. Wiliam Ruto and Hon.Muthama who is now the new leader of lower Eastern Region who started this journey of Kiamba hustler nation movement where by everyone in this country will be on board comming 2022 and after the Duele said.
“They think that when they support BBI they will ensure their cases diminish. Your case is with the DPP and EACC not BBI,” he said.
“They want to use BBI to escape from their accountability to the people because they are under investigation.
We want to urge the president to ensure that every view is heard,” he said.Duale said all sectors must be heard to ensure that Kenya enters into a consensus.
“If you put everyone’s ideas in the document then I will be the first to support the BBI ,” he said.
There have been proposals from governors, clerics, pastoralist communities and other groups on what they want amended in the document.
Governors want the IEBC devolved to the counties, a pension fund for themselves and county assembly speakers, a Senate with veto powers on all bills and deletion of the Ombudsman proposal.
BBI proponents also hold that there will be no further amendments to the report beyond the editorial elements referred to by Raila.
The former National Assembly Majority Leader added that,this reggae must stop as our incoming 5th president the republic of Kenya Dr William Ruto stated 7key point which must be included in the BBI report early last month at Bomas of Kenya as well which not yet included.