A group of members of Parliament and politicians from Mount Kenya region, allied to Deputy President William Ruto spent Friday night at the Mountain Breeze hotel Embu County deliberating on the next move after the release of the Building Bridges Initiative report.
The Tangatanga strategic meeting was attended by a host of leaders among them Gatundu MP Moses Kuria, his Kiharu counterpart Ndindi Nyoro and Embu senator Peter Ndwiga.
Speaking to NTV, Ndwiga confirmed that the meeting had been prompted by the recently released BBI report.
“We congregated here since last night. We have been doing consultations since last night. And from early morning today we are still consulting on the BBI report,” he offered.
Ndindi has been a fierce critic of the handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga said they are going to tell their supporters after full deliberation.
What the senator is saying is true. We came here; we slept here. We’ve been perusing the document and it is only fair for our people who are waiting to hear from us that we come up with a substantive direction. We are taking these things very seriously,” he stated.
The Tangatanga wing of Jubilee and the pro-handshake team are at loggerheads once more, the latter drumming support for a referendum to implement the BBI report as the former insists parliament is the way to go.