Fearless ODM senator Ledama Ole Kina of Narok County has becomes the first senator to publicly reject the BBI report.
Ledama says the Building Bridges Initiative has introduced unnecessary political positions leaving the real issues affecting Kenyans at a bay.
According to Ledama Ole Kina, he has cried foul saying that in spite of the fact that he presented the Maa views to the BBI experts, his views and those of the Maa nation and other marginalized groups were ignored were ignored.
He has continued to poke holes into the report adding that the report proposes a weak Senate, introduces unnecessary political positions and the task-force ignored the views of the Maasai Nation as well as well as those of the other marginalised communities.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga received the BBI report yesterday at Kisii State lodge.
In the BBI report, there are about 15 proposed bills that have been proposed some targeting the youth such as a 7 year tax holidays for startups SMEs and grace period for repayment of HELB loans.
The report has also proposed formation of Youth Commission headed by youth to develop youth Agenda.
There are also proposals to increase revenue allocation to counties from 15% as in current constitution to 35% and another one to set up ward development fund of at least 5% of own revenue.
The fight against corruption has also been captured with a law setting time frame and penalties in corruption cases in court being the highlight including enhancing the roles of the Auditor General and that of Controller if Budget.