Barely three days after the launch of the Building Bridges Initiative report at the Bomas of Kenya, a blame game among politicians has ensued.
Leader of Majority in the National Assembly and Garissa Township MP Aden Duale now claims that ODM party leader Raila Odinga is Keen to reject the report.
While speaking on Thursday during the opening of new ODM offices, Raila rooted for a referendum saying that Parliament cannot be trusted to implement the task force report.
However, in a quick rejoinder, Duale told off the former Prime Minister claiming that he might be keen to reject BBI report recommendations.
"From where I sit, I think Raila, who was the co-owner of the BBI, does not want this document. Maybe it did not come out as he had expected it to be and that is why he is now giving these conditions. He just wants to thwart the whole thing," Duale remarked.
The Yusuf Haji-led team had recommended in its report the reintroduction of the Prime Minister position as a way to end the divisive elections in the country.
However, two political camps have since emerged with one section calling for a referendum with the other one roots for a parliamentary system.