As politics surrounding BBI resumes after a break following the death of former president Daniel Arap Moi, politicians have been advised to live an examplery life the late president of uniting Kenyans other than dividing them.
Leaders from all ranks in Homa Bay have urged their fellow leaders to leave a legacy that will benefits normal Kenyans rather than just for their personal benefits.
Led by Suba Member of the Parliament who is also the leader of minority in Parliament John Mbadi, have said there is a need to look for a better way of presenting different opinions on matters concerning national issues other than causing chaos.
“….and so the amount of saving from reducing the size of the cabinet which is outside the parliament, will significantly go into offsetting some of the cost that will be associated with position of the prime minister.”
Stories has it that the division that is being experienced concerning the Building Bridges Initiative is caused by some leaders who believe that the project is for benefiting the former prime minister Raila Odinga at the expense of national integration.
According to a tweet by Suna East MP Junet Mohammed, the ‘reggae’ of BBI as they call it is expected to hit back from next as leaders rally in all parts of the country finalising on what to be done about the report.