Kisii deputy Governor Joash Maangi on Thursday revealed his opinion on the BBI report.
The Ruto point man in Gusii region who met MCAs for a lunch treat on Thursday said, he does not care whether the report will go to parliament or referendum.
Speaking to The Daily Clock in Kisii, Maangi said as Ruto allies they are comfortable with what is already in the report.
“For me and for many of us, or my thinking persuasion it does not matter. Whether it goes through Parliament or goes through the referendum it does not matter. The recommendations in that BBI report are ok and they are acceptable to Mwanainchi,” Said Maangi.
“If there can be a way of saving money so that we don’t waste money, we will prefer parliament. But if there are areas like now areas touching on changing structure of government, then that must go to a referendum,” He added.
Maangi said as a region they are set to have a mega meeting with leaders to plot ways of synthesizing locals on the report.
“I can assure you soon we are going to call for a meeting because you have seen other regions have met and they have taken their stand on BBI. But as a person I can tell you we fully support BBI,” Revealed Maangi.
Mount Kenya Region leaders last Saturday met for a two days retreat held in Embu which brought together 57 MPs from Mount Kenya and its diaspora.
The legislatures released a synthesization program which is set to kick off in January 2020.