Politicians allied to Deputy President William Ruto have warned that they will consider charting their own political future away from the Building Bridges Initiative if ODM Party " hijacks" the BBI debate.
According to Pokot South MP David Pkosing, they will participate in all the upcoming BBI rallies to confirm if BBI has interests of the people at heart. He, however, warned that they will give the meetings a wide berth if they will not be given a fair chance to be heard.
"We will participate in the rallies partly to confirm whether or not BBI is a national or certain group's project. If we are not given a fair chance to participate or booed on the stage, we will chart our own course," said the lawmaker who is allied to the DP's political camp.
The legislator's comment comes just a day after the pro- Ruto political gang changed tune and begun to support a referendum.
While speaking in Mombasa on Saturday during the third BBI consultative forum, Senate Majority Leader Kipchumba Murkomen supported the need for a referendum to implement the report by the Yusuf Haji-led team.
Previously, the members of the so called Tangatanga political camp had poked holes in the BBI meetings saying it was a waste of taxpayers' money.