Suna East MP Junet Mohammed has warned the Jubilee’s Tanga Tanga section of MPs from interrupting with the third BBI deliberation set to happen on January 25 in Mombasa.
The outspoken MP took to his twitter to warn the legislators to focus on the purpose of the meeting and shun from cheap stunts and sideshows should they attend. Junet was categorical that the sole object of BBI is national unity and they would not be ready to have the purpose being shifted.
Led by Senate Majority leader Kipvhumba Murkomen, the politicians said they would be attending the subsequent BBI rallies to manifest the support they have for the initiative that was birthed out of the 2018 handshake by President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga.
Junet had been paranoid the Tanga Tanga politicians would be having parallel motives to trouble the success of the meetings and now wants them to behave themselves while in attendance of the meetings.
“I hope that they are coming to Mombasa ready to focus on what is important and NOT for sideshows. Because should they ttempt sideshows, they’ll have themselves to blame. BBI is about national inclusivity,” Junet said.
While it has been their stance that BBI has been ripping off the public funds, Junet also demanded that the legislators change their tune and agree that really the exercise has not been a waste of public resources.
” While I welcome them to Mombasa – as is the very essence of BBI- I would have been very happy if they would now confirm to Kenyans that the exercise is no longer a ‘waste o public resources’,” Junet said.
The Mombasa BBI rally will be succeeding the ones held in Kakamega and Kisii counties which Hon Junet says have been successful prompting the Tanga Tanga ardents to join the trail.
“Having held two successful BBI meetings in Kisii and Kakamega during which Tanga Tanga MPs berated us with wasting taxpayers money, we are pleasantly surprised with their new change of heart,” Junet added.
The Tanga Tanga MPs said they decided to join in the BBI rallies as a bid to avoid the country plunging into divisive politics.