Nairobi, Oct. 18 -- Deputy President William Ruto yesterday indicated that he may not support the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report, dismissing it as tribal agenda being pushed by people seeking to secure jobs for just four individuals.
He said the problems facing Kenyans would not be solved by the proposals in the report, adding that the Big Four agenda had been hijacked by the BBI.
"The focus right now is not the BBI, which will create jobs for only four people who already have jobs and abandoned the Big Four agenda, where the housing projects alone would have created four million jobs. Really, do we have the right priorities?" he said.
"We have, over the years talked about positions, but this time around we will talk. We have h...