Senator in Deputy President William Ruto’s camp changed tune in regards to the BBI report.
Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika took a new stand as the BBI campaign is set to premiere in Narok County.
Kihika through a tweet, remarked that the project had become toxic and dividing the country.
She further alleged that the President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM Raila Odinga initiative was a scam being propagated to the masses.
In addition, the Tanga Tanga brigade member termed the campaign as a waste of time.
“Brothers & Sisters the BBI is a SHAM. It will leave Kenya more divided than ever before. It is quickly gaining momentum in Balkanizing our country and whipping up terrible tribal emotions. The BBI is BAD for Kenya! BBI is the greatest political CON JOB of our TIME. It’s a SCUM!” uttered Kihika.
Brothers & Sisters the BBI is a SHAM. It will leave Kenya more divided than ever before. It is quickly gaining momentum in Balkanizing our country and whipping up terrible tribal emotions. The BBI is BAD for Kenya! BBI is the greatest political CON JOB of our TIME. It’s a SCUM!
— Sen. Susan Kihika (@susankihika) February 21, 2020
The change of heart comes after the Jubilee party member and her colleagues had resolved to be part of the BBI bandwagon.
Kihika had pronounced that they supported the document as long as it stuck to addressing the interests aired by Kenyans.
The Ruto allies noted that they would attend the scheduled meetings across the country.
On Friday, her counterpart Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale shared similar sentiments as the BBI fever hit a new level.
Khalwale articulated that the BBI project was worse than the Post Elections Violence that marred the country in 2007.
The DP die-hard commented that it needed to be abandoned before it divided the country further.
The Ikolomani born politician expressed that ex-AG Amos Wako needed to advise Uhuru and Raila on taking the suggested path.
On the same day ahead of the Saturday gathering, leaders in the area walked out of a delegates meeting in protest.
Narok Deputy Governor Evalyn Aruasa, Emurua Dikirr MP Johana Ng’eno and some MCAs stormed out after they claimed the meeting turned into a tribalistic one.
Contrary to earlier reports, details emerged that the lot just walked out throwing their hands in the air.