Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi has revised his earlier stand on the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) and lauded the Supreme Court for the verdict it delivered on Thursday.
Mudavadi took to his Twitter account to congratulate the Supreme Court judges for passing their verdict.
“I congratulate the Supreme Court judges for their bold decision, which essentially puts a stop to the BBI reggae,” Mudavadi wrote.
Mudavadi who is now an affiliate member of the Kenya Kwanza faction said Kenya is lucky to have a strong and independent Judiciary.
“Kenya is indeed fortunate to have a strong and independent Judiciary to which the people can always turn to when those in power become outrageously impertinent,” he added.
Apparently, Mudavadi was counted among the leaders whose signatures were collected at KICC in 2021 when the BBI proponents began the collection of signatures drive.
A section of Kenyans on Twitter has come out to jeer Mudavadi following the recent development regarding his stand on the BBI.
Just when you thought you can trust MUSA-LIA then boom!! A man who presided over the worse in our country's economy. A man who could tarmac his own rural home even after serving as the minister for finance, local government and V.P. What a shame from tumbocratic dealer!! pic.twitter.com/UaFwPPHDoV— Rido Nelson ( Cèsar) (@nelson1_rido) March 31, 2022
The same BBI reggae you happily appended your signature on at BOMAS?? Talk of political dishonesty— RICHY (@RichyBrayo) March 31, 2022
In as much as they have delivered their ruling, we will not forget that you were one of the BBI champions and thus cannot be trusted with any leadership position in Kenya since you keep changing positions according to your stomach.— Stephen Odi (@odi_stephen) March 31, 2022
Hypocrisy of the highest order. We are not fools. What were you appending your signature for? pic.twitter.com/oqNpmb1VQU— Tachoni finest (@TabbyDaraja) March 31, 2022
This is political conmanship, u signed for this BBI thing in Bomas, u campaigned for it, u supported it, and now, u're here celebrating,,,,,,, take note, BBI is coming back with a lot of changes to the constitution by Kenyans.— SAMSON OMECHI ONGERA (@samsonomechi) March 31, 2022