The Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) proponents are hopeful that the Court of Appeal would nullify the ruling made by the High Court concerning constitutional reforms.
Speaking with Vybez Radio on Wednesday, ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna argued that the BBI report was not 'a matter of life and death' for the opposition party, and would chart a new way as soon as possible if the Appellate Court upholds BBI's nullification.
"BBI is just a conversation not a matter of life and death for ODM. If the courts stop it we will move on as a fast and you wouldn’t believe it," he said.
Commenting on calls to postpone the 2022 general elections, Sifuna said it was unnecessary claiming that the only thing Kenyans want are fresh leaders who will deliver the country from its woes.
On whether there was a possibility of the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga teaming up with Deputy President William Ruto before the 2022 general elections, Sifuna claimed that the two leaders have different ideologies, adding that has never been an agenda on their 2022 discussion table.
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