Days ago Hon. Raila Odinga together with ODM allies like Junet and Orengo claimed that Handshake is intact and nothing can shake it. Raila also stated that BBI will go to the referendum which is the final stage for it to pass. The ODM camp said this in a meeting they held to chant the way forward after claims that Uhuru had plans to end the Handshake.
Recently, Sophia Wanuna held an interview with female legislators. Those who were present were Hon. Glady Wanga, Alice Wahome and Beatrice Elachi who was the former Nairobi speaker. Speaking during the interview the three touched on critical issues that the nation needs to address like the Covid-19 pandemic, the Handshake and the BBI. Gladys Wanga said that part of the recovery process for the pandemic is coming out not just sitting in. She stated that she is sure that Raila is following his doctor's advise.
Beatrice Elachi claimed that Kenyans need to learn how to live with the pandemic because if leaders tell them that they cannot do certain things, then they may not come out to vote in 2022. On the other hand Alice Wahome claimed that as a country Kenyans need to put their resources together to fight the pandemic and improve the economy. She added that let Kenyans hope that the Handshake partners are good. However, she expressed fear in the BBI and said that BBI is hitting walls even in the courts.
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