Mudavadi lashes out on DP. Ruto over BBI proposal

Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi criticized Deputy President William Ruto’s proposal to push the BBI referendum until 2022.

On Wednesday, DP Ruto who held a meeting with MPs and Governors allied to him at his Karen residence proposed that the vote be held alongside the 2022 general elections – to allow time for further dialogue on the bill.

Mudavadi described the DP’s position as a sign of ineffective leadership.

“The BBI has timelines that should be adhered to for the country to have a say and move on. As a leader, taking Kenyans in circles without a clear position amounts to a failure to provide effective leadership,” he said.

Mudavadi, who recently launched his parallel signature collection campaign, said Ruto’s demands are unrealistic.