Amid mass exodus from the Tanga Tanga outfit that was initially opposed to the BBI report, major political realignments have been witnessed over the last 24 hours following the official launch of the BBI signature collection drive.
A day after heaping priases on the BBI report that has nominated Jubilee Senator Millicent Omanga has cleared the air after she took to social media with a comment in which she praised the document, hailing it as “good to go”.
The senator disowned the comments and insisted that her Twitter account had been hacked by unknown individuals who are now posting while impersonating her.
Omanga revealed she had already reported the issue to Twitter and was expecting action to be taken in order for her to get back her account.
This came after she allegedly gave her support for the Building Bridges Initiative (BI) report that was launched by both President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM party leader Raila Odinga at KICC.
“I have reported the illegal impersonation and mischievous intrusion of my Twitter account to the authorities and I demand immediate action,” she tweeted hours after the first post appeared on her Twitter account.
“I have my views on BBI which I’ll share with Kenyans as I’ve always done. Kindly disregard the previous tweet as it wasn’t made by me,” she added.
In the initial post, she had said that since all issues that they had presented concerning the BBI had been put into consideration and that she was declaring her total support for the report.
“Well, the final BBI Report is a remarkable improvement. Our proposals on Nairobi are captured; Women and PWDs have gained their rightful share. The youth have an enhanced package. I hereby declare my unwavering support & full endorsement of BBI. Fired up! Ready to go!” wrote Omanga yesterday.