A Rift Valley MP has denounced the Narok BBI rally for allegedly dividing instead of uniting Kenyans, as intended.
Speaking to the media in Nairobi today, 24th February, Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi alleged that some of the remarks made during the BBI meeting were meant to incite ethnic hate.
“This is not the BBI we want, as it is dividing Kenyans and laying the foundation for future fights we don’t want,” he warned.
Sudi reminded Narok County Senator Olekina Ledama and ODM leader Raila Odinga, who chaired the meeting, that the people from other communities living in Narok were not given the land for free.
“In Uasin Gishu, we don’t need the BBI, if that is what they intend to bring to us.”
The MP echoed the sentiments of Deputy President William Ruto, who also denounced the Narok rally, when he attended a church service at Gatunduri, Manyatta in Embu County, on Sunday.
The DP, responding to the “Nobody will stop reggae” chants at BBI rallies, vowed that he would “stop reggae if it continues with the tone of dividing Kenyans instead of uniting them”.
He accused the convenors of the BBI meetings of using them to divide Kenyans.