The BBI report was unveiled after months of research and fact-finding missions by the team charged with the challenge.
The launch of the document signified a historic moment that was birthed by the handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga.
It was revealed that the team led by Garissa Senator Yusuf Haji, comprised of key members that championed the desires of both the two leaders.
Details emerged that aside from the politicians roped into the committee, a family member was also in the mix.
Media reports revealed that Muhoho Kenyatta, Uhuru’s last born brother, was included in the group.
The role Muhoho exactly played remained a confidential matter only known by the Commander-in-Chief.
Gitau leads Uhuru’s group
Other people who advocated for the president’s interests included Interior CS Fred Matiang’i, Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju, ex-Cherengani MP Joshua Kutuny and State House operative and advisor of the Head of State, Nancy Gitau.
Despite the powerful names in the Jubilee leader’s corner, Gitau is the one who led the Uhuru team.
For Raila, he had the likes of Paul Mwangi (Team leader), Suna East MP Junet Mohamed and Lawyer James Orengo.
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Additional information pointed out that Junet was responsible to ensure that the veteran politician’s views made it to the final report.
The role of the two factions was to work with lawyers and policy experts to work behind the scenes to come up with the final paperwork.
Tension had gripped the country when the findings of the project were delayed.
Uhuru’s promise during Sagana meeting
Speculations on what was contained in the report rendered the air leading to divided opinions.
A section of politicians after the conclusion by the joint task force was quick to bash it while another supported it.
Haji broke his silence and disregarded the various fake reports being propagated through social media and public address made by leaders.
Uhuru during the Sagana meeting declared that the document would be availed to all Kenyans.
Kieleweke and TangaTanga at War
The formation of the initiative drove a wedge within the Jubilee party as two groups within the ruling party clashed.
The Kieleweke, allied to President Uhuru and TangaTanga, allied to DP Ruto, went to war in reference to the intention of the taskforce.
The Head of State during the Bomas event reiterated that the project was not for the leaders but the country.
Despite the revelations of the contents of the report, it’s proclaimed that the paperwork has created more problems than solutions.