President Uhuru Kenyatta and the former prime minister Raila Odinga have not been in good terms with the deputy president Dr William Ruto over his wavering Support on the Building bridges initiative report.
The deputy president William Ruto insists that we should have a non-contested so as to avoid dividing the country further.
Whereas the Former prime minister insists that there is no where in the world where there has been a referendum that is non-contested
During the BBI signatures collection excercise launch at KICC Dr William Ruto wasn’t invited to the function. Raila Odinga and the president Uhuru Kenyatta carried the day as they put their weight behind.
In an interview with the Sunday Nation, the former prime minister Raila Odinga accused the deputy president for behaving hypocritically.
He said that Ruto’s stand concerning the Building bridges initiative is very questionable this is because he opposed the 2010 Constitution but now claims there is nothing wrong with it.
Raila went on to disclose that in 2010 the deputy president the Naivasha declaration concerning the Constitution but he later turned against the Constitution.
Even after the signature collection launch excercise in the country he still insisted that a non-contested referendum is possible.
Raila said that Ruto should instead join the BBI crew if has discovered that he will lose, ” if you can’t beat them join them.”