The office of the Deputy President Wiliam Ruto has responded to a viral poster alleging a planned BBI meeting where each attendee will be giving a Sh20,000 allowance.
According to the poster, the meeting was set to bring together youth leaders from Nairobi's Mathare, Kibera, and Dagoretti areas.
Attendees are promised an allowance of Sh20,000, and anyone interested was to contact the Member of Parliament for Lang'ata constituency, Nixon Korir, and his Dagoretti South counterpart, John Kiarie, through numbers offered.
Responding to the poster, DP Ruto's team dismissed it, terming it as propaganda. Emmanuel Talam, the director of communication in the deputy president's office, disowned the poster and termed the claim as "nonsense."
On the poster, the contact of Langata MP Nixon Korir was listed. However, the lawmaker has come out to dismiss the linkage to the poster.
Although Ruto was present during BBI's launch, he has held some reservations stating that the people need to come first.
In various political rallies, the DP has claimed that some individuals were using BBI to promote personal agenda.
"We must strive progressively to have a negotiated constitutional settlement or to arrive at a place where we are all working together building consensus," he said at the event.
The DP has also singled out the proposal to have an ombudsman appointed by the executive to the judiciary, which he termed as a derogation from the judiciary's independence.
With both President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga holding consultative meetings in Naivasha, lawmakers allied to Ruto have snubbed both events without concrete reasons.
Some have argued that lawmakers can not decide the fate of Kenyans as a majority are not conversant with BBI contents.