Gideon Moi skips BBI report unveiling to take part in urgent family meeting
Nov. 27, 2019
- Senator Moi was represented by KANU Secretary General Nick Salat during the function
- Salat confirmed Moi had wished to attend but received communication to take part in family meeting
- Moi has been at the forefront championing for a national dialogue through the BBI
Baringo senator Gideon Moi was not at the Bomas of Kenya to witness the official unveiling the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report on Wednesday, November 27.
Gideon was however represented by KANU Secretary General Nick Salat who used the opportunity to pass his apologies.
Without revealing much details, Salat further confirmed the senator could not make it to venue as he had other pressing family issues to attend to.
"Receive greetings from Senator Gideon Moi. He had wished to be here but he was summoned somewhere for family affairs but he supports the document. He was at the State House yesterday when the president received the report," he said.
The KANU chairperson has been instrumental in championing for a national dialogue through the BBI in a bid to address issues ailing the country.
Gideon had previously called on politicians to go slow on the premature 2022 presidential campaigns and urged them to back President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga in their course to unite Kenya.
Salat reiterated his support for the BBI course and lauded the two national leaders for shelving personal political ambitions to put the country together.
"I thank Uhuru and Raila for their commitment to unite the country. Hii ndiyo serikali huwa nasema niko ndani kabisa (This is the kind of leadership I fully support," he said.
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