A section of Jubilee legislatures wants to introduce the BBI to the parliament through a back door. ODM legislatures led by Minority leader John Mbadi vow to oppose such dangerous plays in the national assembly.

The CIOC is headed by Ndaragwa MP Jeremiah Kioni, a one-time running mate to ANC Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi. But he is now a close ally of Deputy President.

“Good morning, Honourable Member, the committee has resolved to hold a retreat in Mombasa to consider the BBI report from Thursday 5 to Sunday 8 December. Kindly confirm if you will be available,” a message sent by the Committee clerk to the 22-member committee reads.

ODM Chairman John Mbadi, who is also the National Assembly Minority leader, pledged that they will resist any attempt to introduce the report to Parliament.

“On what grounds are they discussing the BBI report? Let them not be busybodies. Parliament only acts on official documents. The BBI report is a task force report not yet introduced formally in Parliament,” he protested.

Just a day after the national assembly speaker Justin Muturi dismissed the rumors that the report will be introduced to parliament. 

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