Chinua Achebe in his work of arts posits that "when you see a toad in broad day light ,then something must be after its life". The spirit to actualize the Building Bridges Initiative(BBI) by former prime minister Hon.Raila Odinga and his excellency the president Uhuru Kenya seems to have fizzled out.
The haphazard move taken by Hon.Raila Odinga to retreat and seek for political hypernation amid shaky and unpredictable handshake ,is a clear indication that Reggae has spontaneously stopped and by extension referendum will no see the light of the day .
The ODM party leader has been known to be political strategist and someone who is adamant when it come to democracy.His auspicious contributions in various government reforms has been alway fundamentally felt.
Beside, Raila Odinga has been known to vocally articulating for BBI and hand shake between him and president Uhuru Kenyatta . He recent sick leave has seen his political stand to take different direction as his support on BBI has greatly withered off. One can intuitively deduce from the of his political allies ,especially ODM general secretary ,Edwin Sifuna that earth- shaking political Coalition between him and like-minded leader among Deputy president William Rutto is in the offing.
In addition ,top ODM officials have vehemently urged the government to honorably utilized the money set aside for referendum,in fighting the ravaging pandemic Covid-19.Deputy party leader also Kakamega governor Wicliff Oparanya maintained that referendum and BBI are not tenable at this critical moments .
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