By MN Reporter
President Uhuru Kenyatta should not use the Building Bridges Initiative agenda to lock out his Deputy William Ruto on their 2022 pact, Kuria West MP Mathias Robi has said.
Robi said leaders allied to Ruto will reject the report and will not be forced to support it as it is agenda of only two Kenyans; President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga.
He said the report is a political move to lock out Ruto from ascending to the State House in 2022 general elections as they will “scrutinise it as Kenyans and legislators and we won’t think twice to reject it if it a plot by only two Kenyans to lock Ruto out.”
Robi said Kenyatta will not force Jubilee Party leaders to support the BBI report since the party was created by his TNA and Ruto’s URP among other parties, where allegiance are shifted..
“After ten years as our president Kenyatta should prepare to go home, we enjoyed working with him in pushing through development in Kenya. We only need to have fresh decade under Ruto as agreed in Jubilee Party,“ Robi said.
His sentiments was shared by Tagare MCA Nicolas Ngabia, Ntimaru MCA Augustine Mwera and Kuria East politician Tyson Kemege who said minority communities will have to be factored.
The three said a county for the Kuria community, two more constituencies or both will be their irreducible minimum to support the report.