Kenyans Don't Know Whether To Laugh Or Cry About This Obvious Error In The BBI Report

Kenyans Don't Know Whether To Laugh Or Cry About This Obvious Error In The BBI Report

The BBI Report will be officially launched on Monday at the Bomas of Kenya, President Uhuru Kenyatta has said.

Speaking in Kisii on Wednesday as he received the report alongside ODM leader Raila Odinga, Uhuru said the experts should make it simpler for everyone to understand.

"Today we receive that report but we will get a chance on Monday at the Bomas to be taken through line by line," he said.

"I am requesting them that between now and Monday they should ensure the document is understandable. .. If you have a simple version put it in all or dailies so that they can see this version ."

However, not long after its release, Kenyans have started noticing abnormalities in the document.

Jubilee Party deputy secretary general Caleb Kositany has pointed out a rather peculiar error.

Taking to social media, Kositany revealed what appeared to be a case where one member of the BBI taskforce had signed on behalf of the other. This is because the signatures of Florence Omosa and James Matundura looked similar.

It appeared that most of the signatures are software edited. Seems members did not present themselves physically to sign the report.