Mutua hits out at anti BBI team

Maendeleo Chap Chap Movement party leader Alfred Mutua has hit out at those who have gone to court to seek the judiciary interpretation on the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) Bill.

Mutua says BBI has gone through a number of processes and there was time for interpretations.Mutua who is the Machakos Governor says it is only through referendum that Kenyans can say the Bill is not people driven.

Already, his Makueni counterpart, Governor Kivutha Kibwana has moved to the Supreme Court, seeking advisory opinion on issues regarding the proposed constitutional amendments through BBI.

The County Assemblies of Kericho and Nandi had also written to the Supreme Court seeking an advisory opinion on the planned BBI referendum.

Speaking to the press in Kisumu ahead of his town hall meeting with electorates from Kisumu North ward where a candidate of his party will be contesting in the by election, Mutua says a scheme has been hatched by a section of leaders to kill the Bill.

He says the process is on course and should not be stopped noting that those questioning BBI are using delaying tactics to forestall the process.

Mutua says some leaders are inside the BBI train but are still working round the clock to ensure it is defeated, terming the Bill God sent to cure certain ills that has bedeviled the country.
By LTN Reporter