This is exactly why Speaker Justine Muturi sided with Odinga on BBI.

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National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi in his office[Photo/Courtesy].

“BBI has no way of coming to Parliament. Let it be there with the people. You all know well that the report cannot be brought to the floor of the house before I approve, and I have said that it belongs to the people and it has no route to parliament,” Muturi was quoted by sections of media.

Former Premier Raila Odinga[Photo/Courtesy].

As debate on BBI rages, Deputy President William Ruto and his lieutenants may be losing as time goes by.

However, on the other hand, Raila Odinga continued to gain a major milestone esoecially in the National Assembly after Speaker Justin Muturi, on Monday Dec 2nd,  continued to deflate Ruto’s calls for BBI debate in parliament.

Muturi’s sentiments come barely less than a week after ODM leader, Raila Odinga, expressed his concerns on how this debate should be handled saying people of Kenya should be considered.

And speaking at a church fundraising meeting in Uriri constituency in Migori County where he had been hosted by area leaders, Speaker Muturi ruled out the possibility of the report being subjected to a national house debate by Members of Parliament saying it would better get to the people first.

He noted that the court of public opinion was necessary in this case before any decision could be made in parliament.

“BBI has no way of coming to Parliament. Let it be there with the people. You all know well that the report cannot be brought to the floor of the house before I approve, and I have said that it belongs to the people and it has no route to parliament,” Muturi was quoted by sections of media.

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Muturi, the BBI report was a people-centered initiative that should be looked into by them  before the National Assembly.

He laughed at those threatening to impeach him saying they were free to bring it on.

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