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While speaking during an interview with a local TV station on Tuesday night, National Assembly Leader of Majority Amos Kimunya has opposed the proposal to hold off on passing the BBI report to give time for views to be given and possible changes to be made.
“This process has been going on for the last two years…for how long are we going to keep the people of Kenya crying saying they want to see change?” he said.
According to Kimunya, the BBI report will not expand the Executive, but rather it is more of a reorganisation.
He also said,”We are actually not creating new positions…. ” he said, adding that balance will be achieved as some positions will be scrapped.
The BBI report has proposed the creation of the office of the prime minister and two deputies, all appointed by the President.
The proposal has been at the core of the President’s argument to cure the winner-takes-all system and enhance inclusivity in government.
The Church and Clergy Association of Kenya national chairman and Bethel Christian Pentecostal Church bishop Hudson Ndenda also opined that the BBI report should be sent back to the task force.