Nakuru BBI rally that was scheduled for Saturday, March 7, 2020 has been postponed to March 21, 2020 after leaders from the region disagreed on it’s preparation.
The move came a day after leaders allied to DP William Ruto and Raila Odinga disagreed on the plans and the preparations of the forum.
In a tweet, Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui notified the postponement and added that the rally is expected to bring together 10 Counties from Rift valley and many other leaders across the region.
The planned Nakuru BBI sensitization rally will be held on 21st March, 2020. The meeting will be a culmination of consultative meetings to build consensus on the document and include local agenda. pic.twitter.com/WQnmvtawm3
— Governor Lee Kinyanjui (@GovLeeKinyanjui) March 3, 2020
Deputy President William Ruto also faulted Pro – BBI leaders arguing that they are spreading hatred and unnecessary animosity among the peace loving Kenyans.
“If the reggae is about propelling hate and negative ethnicity, my friends, the reggae will stop. This is a Christian nation and we will not be victimised by people who do not believe in God,” said the DP.
Lawmakers allied to DP Ruto have also ganged up against Pro- BBI team saying that Rift Valley region has leaders and they are the ones who will going to take charge.
Governor Lee Kinyanjui finally urged the leaders and the residents to employ calmness and inclusion during this process since it will be a venue for the region to submit its proposals.
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