A number of Kisii County MCAs have decamped to Join Deputy Governor Joash Maangi in backing up the building bridges initiative report.
The heated debate emerged on Wednesday outside County headquarters during the swearing in of Public Service board Members.
Ibrahim Mbuya of Bosoti Sengera told residents to join in reading and internalizing the report. He said they fully support Parliament or referendum in doing amendments.
“You know people thought we will say no. Raila,Uhuru and Ruto have all supported the BBI and let all of us read and support it. Even if it goes to parliament or referendum we are prepared. But I suggest let them not waste Public funds. You see me, see BBI,” Said Mbuya.
Samuel Gekonge Mirieri of Ichuni said he fully supports the report as supported by Deputy President William Ruto, the President and ODM Leader Raila Odinga.
On his part Deputy Governor Joash Maangi said if it were not for the handshake Kenya would have not been peaceful to date.
“We all of us love BBI. If it were not the handshake may be we would not be sited here today. BBI is the product of the handshake. Am also fully in support because we all need peace, let’s all read it, we understand it and implement,” Said Maangi.
Kisii Governor James Ongwae Joined the Move and said he is still reading the document to establish what it says.
“You all know my stand that I support the President and Baba 100%. I support BBI but am still reading the document. I have no apology to make. You do Know where your governor is standing and let all of us read the report,” Said Ongwae.
On Thursday in a statement released by Statehouse Spokesperson Kanze Dena said, the president and ODM Leader Raila Odinga met the Building Bridges Taskforce on Wednesday evening where they extended their term.