Major John Seii says BBI taskforce top officials cooked BBI report as Paul Mwangi opposes


Major John Seii vs Paul Mwangi


BBI joint Secretary Paul Mwangi dismisses reports by Major John Seii that he was tricked into endorsing the BBI report.

Major John Seii, a member of the 14-member BBI task force, alleged on Thursday that some of the comprehensive proposals were strange because they never highlighted in their initial discussions.

Major Seii stated the increase of 70 more constituencies was injected without their knowledge, in addition to other major changes.

But Mwangi through a series of tweets on Friday opposed the claims.
"Of concern though is why Major Seii, a respected elder, is lying. Ever since 2018, he has said he is under pressure," he said.

"Severally, he asked the secretariat for security. Even when we were signing he told everyone he is under pressure. Is Major Seii okay ?"

Mwangi said during the BBI retreats, the retired general kept on taking pictures of the proposal.

"More than two times during BBI retreats, Major Seii was caught secretly photographing presentations on the projector screen," Mwangi claimed.

"When asked he claimed he had bad eyesight and wanted to take a closer look. Members beseeched him to stop. Not surprised how its eventually playing out."
He said that all the issues Major Seii is trying to disown were in the first report.

"Prime Minister is in the first report. Saving 290 constituencies and instead of adding the seats was in too. He doesn't deny signing both reports. But says he, a senior military man, signed without reading. Like, really?" he posed.

President Uhuru Kenyatta has openly stated that he allowed Deputy President William Ruto to nominate three members of the Yusuf Haji-led panel.

On Monday, Uhuru told pro-BBI bands in Naivasha that Ruto was dishonest in his objections to the report because he was part of the process from its beginning.

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