Junet Reveals Uhuru’s Biggest Fear After BBI Report

Suna East MP, Junet Mohammed, has been a mysterious man since his controversial role as a Master of Ceremony at the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) launch.

His Emceeing during the BBI launch at the Bomas of Kenya sent signals that Junet was getting closer to power.

Speaking at an interview with KTN’s Tony Gachoka, Junet stated that DP Ruto’s Tanga Tanga group is a thorn in a flesh for President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Picture showing a troubled President Uhuru Kenyatta: PHOTO COURTESY

According to Junet, the president is determined to create a unified nation through the Building Bridges Initiative but Ruto’s brigade is working towards breaking the bridge.

“These are people who have decided to be opposition within the government, and the earlier they are gotten rid of, the better for the country,” he said.

“Because they may pull down the unity of the country. In fact, the biggest threat that the Big four Agenda faces is now facing is the Tanga Tanga Movement,” added Junet.

The vocal ODM MP intimated that the DP Ruto-led team does not believe in the BBI process unless their master becomes the president.

Suna East MP Junet Mohammed: PHOTO COURTESY

The BBI report that aimed at bridging the barriers between political parties brought about division that was evident even on the big day of its launch.

President Uhuru had kept silent amid all BBI debates until a week later when he let out his outburst on the manner in which BBI was being politicized.

On December 4, Uhuru who no longer hold his anger remarked that Kenyans had enough of the political wrangles being propagated.

“Before we even released the report, they kept transversing the country telling us different things. Now that the findings are out, they have taken a different direction,” an angry President Uhuru observed.


The Suna East parliamentarian was unapologetic in the way he treated Elgeyo Marakwet Senator, Kipchumba Murkomen, during the November 27 event at the Bomas of Kenya.

“This is an example that is going to be used in many African countries was an international event but Murkomen wanted to reduce it to a village arena,” stated Junet.

Here is a video of the interview courtesy of KTN News. 

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