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Ruto: No Kenyan should be coerced to support BBI

By ALEX NJERU

Deputy President Dr William Ruto opens Muraga Technical Training Institute in Tharaka-Nithi on November 23, 2019. He urged youths to embrace technical courses. PHOTO | ALEX NJERU | NATION MEDIA GROUP

In Summary

  • He said after reading the BBI report, Kenyans should also be given a chance to give their views which must also count in the final decision.
  • He said he is not shaken by the report and the ODM leader Raila Odinga brigade which is threatening him with a ‘Tsunami’.

Deputy President William Ruto has insisted that Kenyans should not be coerced to support Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report.

Speaking at Muraga Technical Training Institute in Tharaka-Nithi County on Saturday, Dr Ruto said Kenyans must be given enough time to read the BBI report in order to make an informed decision on whether to support it or not.

FINAL DECISION

He said after reading the BBI report, Kenyans should also be given a chance to give their views which must also count in the final decision.

“This BBI thing must be a smooth process where all Kenyans are involved. Their views must be respected,” said Dr Ruto.

He said he is not shaken by the report and the ODM leader Raila Odinga brigade which is threatening him with a ‘Tsunami’

Source: Daily nation-Kenya

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