BBI

I was among first leaders to raise concerns over BBI - Mudavadi

In Summary

• Mudavadi said that he consistently stood with the common mwananchi, advocating for a process that would be all-inclusive.

• He added that he has been and will remain the defender of the people, in his quest to see a just, fair, and prosperous Kenya where everyone enjoys a dignified life.

ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi addressing Lamu residents on Friday.
ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi addressing Lamu residents on Friday.
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ANC Party leader and Kenya Kwanza Alliance principal Musalia Mudavadi has dismissed utterances from their opponents in the Azimio la Umoja camp who are trying to coin a narrative that he has shifted goalposts as far as his stand on the BBI issue is concerned.

Mudavadi, through his communication team, said on Friday that he was among the first leaders to raise concerns over the initial BBI document, where he cited a number of clauses that needed a review for the document to be all-inclusive and furthermore fairly acceptable to a majority of Kenyans.

Mudavadi said that he consistently stood with the common mwananchi, advocating for a process that would be all-inclusive and help advance the interests of all Kenyans irrespective of their age, social status, tribe, or origin.

He has categorically called on his critics to have a thorough scrutiny of his message on the BBI, carefully dissect the issues he raised, and make a comparison to what the courts ruled.

Also, the ANC leader added that he has been and will remain the defender of the people, in his quest to see a just, fair, and prosperous Kenya where everyone enjoys a dignified life.

He has stated that in Kenya Kwanza, they are targeting to empower all Kenyans through building a strong economy that will guarantee job and wealth creation.

Mudavadi added that Kenya will go beyond a leadership that only thinks of self gains at the expense of the lives of millions and millions of Kenyans and that is what Kenya Kwanza is championing.

Mudavadi has urged Kenya Kwanza supporters to remain focused now that the BBI Reggae is behind us, priority should be to forge a leadership that will liberate Kenya from the economic turmoil being witnessed now.


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