Jubilee leaders allied to Deputy President William Ruto have condemned the new angle that BBI sensitization campaigns are taking.
The leaders say they will boldly oppose campaign and vote against it if it will not address the troubles facing the common citizens.
Led by Gatundu south Mp Moses Kuria and his Bahati Counterpart Kimani Ngujiri, the legislators say the direction the campaigns took during the Narok rally has convinced them otherwise and they will not champion for it saying that they are ready to lead from opposition in the country.
“We saw it in Narok and that shows that we are headed in the wrong direction and if that is what BBI is we shall oppose it” they said.
Similar sentiments echoed by Soi Mp Caleb Kositany and former Othaya MP Mary Wambui who insist on the importance of peace in the country.
According to Kositany, there has been zero gradient gained in terms of wealth in any violence.
“We cannot develop when there is no peace in the country and that is why we are saying the BBI rallies should be re-looked at lest they divide the nation” said Kositany.
However, Nakuru County Governor Lee Kinyanjui gave a different version of the same urging the leaders to focus on the great content entailed in the BBI report.
Kinyanjui urging politicians to stop being carried away by the side shows that emerged in Narok and focus on what the report will yield.
According to the Nakuru Governor, sentiments of Narok Senator were unfortunate but should not be used by politicians to divert the agenda of BBI.
“As leaders we need to focus on the content of the BBI rather than the sideshows such as what was witnessed in Narok” he said.
The leaders were speaking during the burial service for Wambui Kamotho mother to a prominent Nakuru Based business man Samwel Mwangi at Lanet in Nakuru.
The service was also attended by Deputy President William Ruto.
On his part the DP stating that the government will not whatsoever allow politics of division saying that every Kenyan is free to transact, vie for a position, buy land and do any other legal activity at any corner of the republic of Kenya.
Ruto has said that the government will not sit and watch politics of division while warning those eager on building their political base using politics of shading blood and violence.
“Politics of division have no room in this present Kenya and those who are planning to divide the nation in that line should be warned” said DP.