Politicians will distort BBI report, women council says

Members of the Kikuyu Council of Elders Women League at Golden Palm Hotel in Murang'a where they told off some politicians whom they said are out to dilute the BBI report and mislead Kenyans. PHOTO | NDUNG’U GACHANE | NATION MEDIA

What you need to know:

  • They said politicians who opposed the handshake cannot not purport to help Kenyans interpret the report.
  • They said such politicians could mislead and confuse unsuspecting citizens.
  • The women castigated a section of Tangatanga leaders whom they said are disrespectful to the President.

A group of women from central Kenya and Rift Valley drawn from Kikuyu Council of Elders Women League have told off politicians who have initiated the sensitisation of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report and instead want the State to introduce civic education to the grassroots.


You're all set to enjoy unlimited Prime content.