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The Orange Party Leader Raila Odinga has declared that Reggae will be back and not dead as other politicians have been saying. While addressing the people of Murang'a, Mr said that the Mountain region has lost a lot by the fall of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI). Apart from additional constituencies, they have have lost the one man, one vote, one shilling proposal that would see equitable distribution of government funds in relation to the population size.
Seemingly, some of the reforms in the BBI Document would be made into laws through the parliament.
Raila Odinga is expecting a fifth fruitful shot at the presidency and has already started seeking support from Kenyans towards achieving his presidential dream.
Meanwhile, do you agree with Raila's Statement that BBI Reggae will be back sooner?
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