The meeting comes at a time when there has been growing opposition to BBI, with a section of the leaders from the region insisting they’ll only allow the rally if it’s led by local leaders.
President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday at State House, Nairobi held a consultative meeting with Governors from Rift Valley Region who briefed him on the planning for the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) rally scheduled for Saturday, 21st March in Nakuru. pic.twitter.com/VtT0lARpob
Nakuru Governor Lee Kinaynjui, however, vowed to crush any opposition to the rally.
A section of Kalenjin leaders allied to the Jubilee’s Tanga Tanga faction have also accused the president of failing to shield the DP from attacks from opposition politicians regarding the KSh 39.5 billion fake arms deal.
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