Murkomen attacks president Uhuru in an angry rant

As President Uhuru Kenyatta continues to drum up support for the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report, Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has raised his concerns over President Uhuru’s next move on the report.

The head of state stated that it is time to amend our constitution through the Building Bridges Report (BBI) report urging Kenyans to read and understand the report.

Senator Murkomen took to his social media page and posted a message accusing President Uhuru Kenyatta of dividing the country.

“I want to ask President Kenyatta to stop dividing the country. He should embrace the spirit of dialogue and consensus-building. The President should be a statesman and learn to build bridges of unity. The Bravado and utado attitude is not a mark of eminence,” Murkomen stated

Murkomen urged the president to embrace the spirit of dialogue and to build consensus over the current debate on the BBI report that was launched by the president and his co-principal Raila Odinga.

He further accused president Uhuru of chest-thumping over the BBI report and advised him to learn to build bridges of unity.

This is after President Uhuru had convened a retreat in Naivasha with Kieleweke Members of Parliament to chart the way forward for the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report including the referendum and left out Tanga Tanga MPs allied to Deputy President William Ruto from the meeting.

Tanga Tanga MPs led by Caleb Kositany had criticized the move by the head of state, alleging that they have been sidelined.

“What bridges are they building when they are convening a meeting over the report in Naivasha in isolation? What is making them isolate some of us from the constitutional amendment process?” Kositany asked.

Deputy President William Ruto had expressed his reservations on the various parts of the BBI report and called for further review of the report before heading for a referendum. 

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    Written by Kennedy Omondi




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