Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has today held a meeting with students drawn from University of Nairobi (UoN) to address a number of issues affecting the country.
The Former Premier has used the forum to spearhead his bid to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta in the 2022 general election.
Mr Odinga has revisited the failed Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) agenda that was stopped by the Court of Appeal for being unconstitutional.
He has revisited the BBI Bill, alleging a number of issues raised in the BBI that were to the benefit of the Kenyan youths, but were not given a chance to thrive.
The 2022 Presidential hopeful has claimed that the BBI was to create a youth department and ministry of youth affairs that would follow up and implement promised policies including government projects both at the national and county government.
He has claimed that BBI intended to create a National youth commission under the said Ministry of youth affairs.
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