BBI Suffers Another Blow After Kenyans Exposes This
By Breakingkenya | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 29273 views
The Building Bridges Initiative has continued to face numerous threats despite the assurance, denials, and shows of bravado, mainly from Raila Odinga that everything is good while the way towards looks is more rough and treacherous.
Today, the ODM Party leader Hon Raila Odinga took the BBI campaign to Turkana County, where he has embarked on a 3 day trip to the North Eastern Region where he will meet with several regions, political leaders.
Raila has started to face opposition from Turkana Residents during his first day. While his brigade ( which comprises of Homabay County Women Representative) addressed residents through a televised Facebook streaming, residents could be heard from a far distance saying that BBI Haina faida (BBI has no advantage).
On the other hand, Kenyans on the internet have revealed that the Building Bridges Initiative died a long time ago, therefore ODM Party Leader should stop lying to citizens.
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