Garissa Women Representative Anab Subow Gure has vowed not to read the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report.
The report, which took 18 months to compile, will be handed over to President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga on Tuesday by the BBI National Unity Advisory Taskforce under the leadership of Garissa Senator Yusuf Haji.
Gure said she will not have time to read the document, claiming it was aimed at 'recycling old guards'.
The Women Rep, who is a loyal supporter of Deputy President William Ruto, seemed to suggest that the BBI was a plot to sabotage the DP's 2022 presidential bid, saying that won't happen.
"Can't even have time to read. No more recycling of old guards. Period! Hustlers nation doing press-ups. William Ruto unstoppable in 2022," she tweeted on Sunday.
In another post, Gure called for the rejection of the BBI report describing it as a 'terribly sick cow'.
"BBI is a cow infected with anthrax. We will not waste time treating a terribly sick cow. Reject BBI," she remarked.
However, Ruto has called on Kenyans to thoroughly read the report so that they can make an informed judgment on whether to support or reject it.
“We all want to debate the BBI report as Kenyans and find solutions to the challenges facing the country. We should focus on issues that benefit all of us,” he said.
The DP spoke in Ngobit Ward, Laikipia County, during a fundraiser on Saturday.
Speaking on the same day at Muraga Technical Training Institute in Tharaka-Nithi County, Ruto cautioned against using pressure on Kenyans so they can back the report which is a brainchild of the handshake between Uhuru and Raila.
“This BBI thing must be a smooth process where all Kenyans are involved. Their views must be respected,” he said.