President Uhuru Kenyatta on Newyear speech. PHOTO | COURTESY
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Newyear speech. PHOTO | COURTESY

BBI taskforce changed to the United Kenya taskforce. President Uhuru Kenyatta gazetted the new task force that will harmonize and implement the BBI report.



Activist Okiya Omtatah has filed a petition in court seeking to stop President Kenyatta from broadening the mandate of the 14-member team, known as the “Steering Committee on the Implementation of the Building Bridges to a United Kenya Taskforce Report.”


The committee will be expected to administer a validation of the BBI report through consultations with citizens, civil society, religious organizations, cultural leaders, the private sector, and experts.



" It is notified for the general information of the public that His Excellency Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta, President, and Commander-in-Chief of the Kenya Defence Forces has appointed the Steering Committee on the Implementation of the Building Bridges to a United Kenya Taskforce Report, " examines the gazette notice dated January 10, 2020.



" The Terms of Reference of the Steering Committee shall be to: propose administrative, policy, statutory or constitutional changes that may be necessary for the implementation of the recommendations contained in the Task Force Report, taking into account any relevant contributions made during the validation period,” adds the Gazette notice.



The United Kenya Taskforce includes; Senator Yusuf Haji, Bishop Lawi Imathiu,  Maison Leshomo, James Matundura, Rose Moseu, Agnes Kavindu Muthama, Prof. Saeed Mwaguni, Bishop Peter Njenga, Archbishop Emeritus Zaccheaus Okoth, Prof. Adams Oloo, Senator Amos Wako,  Dr. Florence Omose, Prof. Morompi ole Ronkei and Retired Major John Seii.



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