Environment Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko has reached out to Maasai community Moran’s to be in the front line to support the Building Bridges Initiative(BBI) report saying the draft will empower the young generation.
Accompanied by dozen local Maasai leaders in Enkang Orkiteng Samu traditional ceremony in Mashuru Subcounty where more than 1000 Moran’s graduate to young elders,CS Tobiko rallied the Maasai Community to support BBI.
He reached out to Moran’s and various Maasai age groups to support the BBI saying in the past the Maasai community lost for opposing constitution review.
He said the BBI will empower the young generation and steered head the country towards prosperity.
Kajiado East Mp pleaded the Maa community loyalty towards President Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga saying the two leaders had considered the marginalized communities through BBI.
Kajiado central MP Elijah Memusi urged the pastoral communities leaders to speak in one voice in support of BBI saying opposing it will water down the benefits outlined for marginalized communities.
Former Kajiado Governor David Nkedianye said BBI must not be attached to 2022 succecision politics but a document that will liberate Kenyans devoid political affiliations.
The Moran’s unanimously agreed to ‘dance to BBI reggae tune.’