Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale was at it again after he took a swipe against the BBI.
Khalwale remarked that President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga needed to be advised in regards to the damage the BBI project has brought.
Through a tweet, the politician claimed that the initiative was the worse thing in Kenya since the 2007 Post elections Violence.
He stated that the Uhuru and Raila creation had divided the country more than the chaos witnessed during the re-election of former President Mwai Kibaki.
The once medical officer commented that the document should be done away with.
The vocal leader further noted that ex-Attorney General Amos Wako needed to inform the two of the matter before it became unrepairable.
“Hon Amos Wako, longest-serving AG, Senator, respected Baluhyia elder & member of BBI Team. Please advise your BBI colleagues, President Uhuru & Raila that BBI has become the most divisive thing since 2007/08 PEV. They should just abandon it!” exclaimed Khalwale.
Hon Amos Wako, longest serving AG, Senator, respected Baluhyia elder & member of BBI Team. Please advice ua BBI colleagues, President Uhuru & Raila that BBI has become the most divisive thing since 2007/08 PEV. They should just abandon it! pic.twitter.com/MP35MdszWk
— Dr Boni Khalwale, CBS (@KBonimtetezi) February 21, 2020
The BBI campaign is set to be back on the road as Narok will become the fifth county to host the gathering.
Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina found himself in hot soup following his controversial sentiments during an interview.
Appearing on JKLive, Ole Kina was judged to have made tribalistic remarks when quizzed of the scheduled meeting.
According to the ODM affiliated politician, the forum was for the Maasai people alone.
The comment did not go down well with Kenyans and Kericho Senator Aaron Cheruiyot who was part of the heated discussion.
Cheruiyot claimed that a non-Maasai leader was barred from a delegates meeting held in the area.
Ledama responded by pointing out that the meeting at the Maasai lodge was to discuss issues affecting the ethnic community.
When trying to defend himself, Ledam alleged that the Maa community had been oppressed for years and never given a chance to express their opinions.
The ‘Chungwa’ party member added, “Maasai issues will be better articulated by Maasais and am not going to apologise for that.
The Kericho Senator expressed that the BBI should include everyone in the region and not just the Maa community.
The unexpected opinion by the Senator attracted the wrath of the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) who summoned the leader over the statement.
The group highlighted that the opinion by the leader was uncalled for.