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Did BBI Reggae Stop? Hon Otiende Amollo Explains Hinting When Kenyans Should Expect a Referendum

With the ban on political gatherings ordered by President Uhuru Kenyatta meant to curb the spread of COVID-19, various speculations have emerged over the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) being spearheaded by Raila Odinga's ODM brigade.

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Rarieda Constituency member of parliament Hon Otiende Amollo has weighed into the ongoing debate about the BBI uncertainties, explaining whether the BBI reggae stopped or not.

Hon Otiende Amollo has said that BBI reggae has never stopped and will never stop and therefore a constitutional referendum is unavoidable.

The legislator has hinted that a referendum should be expected at around June and August this year.

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Further, he has said that Kenyans should expect a report on the constitutional amendment process in the next five days.

"Reggae has never stopped & will never stop. In the draft bill as it is, a referendum is inevitable. It is my view that referendum be held around June & August. Report will be ready in no more than 5 days," Hon Otiende Amollo said.

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