Moments after meeting ODM party Leader Raila Odinga on Monday afternoon, vocal Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina has broken silence.
Taking to his Twitter account on Monday, the vocal senator revealed that his meeting with Raila had been successful.
According to Ledama, the two discussed various issies which touched on the party as well as BBI and the future of Kenyan politics.
However on a positive note, Ledama, who has been so vocal against the report, stated that Raila had agreed to re-look into the contentious issues in the report affecting the Maasai’s and the pastoralist communities at large.
Ledama, who seemed to have changed tone, thereafter, termed BBI report as the future of Kenya.
“It was a great honor to spend the afternoon with my party leader Prime Minister @RailaOdinga to discuss various issues which revolves around leadership, BBI and the future of Kenya. I am happy all out issues as the Maasai/pastoralist have now been fully taken into consideration,” he stated.
On Monday morning, Raila met with a good number of leaders from the pastoralist communities
The leaders, under the umbrella of the Pastoralist Parliament Group (PPG) led by Mandera Governor Ali Roba and Ruto’s close ally Garissa town MP Aden Duale, declared their unwavering support for the process following an assurance that their concerns will be addressed.