"Hatuwezi Kusimamisha BBI Kwa Sababu Ya Corona" Raila Comes To Defend Referendum Process On Live TV
By UbuntuNews | self meida writer
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Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has come out all guns blazing to defend the process of the Building Bridges Initiative that is expected to culminate in a referendum before the end of the year.
The question of the timing has proved to be a thorn in the side of the proponents of the Building Bridges Initiative. This has been caused by critics of the process calling it out for proving to be a distraction during a pandemic.
While speaking to Inooro Tv Presenter Kamau wa Kang'ethe on Thursday February 4th 2021, Raila Odinga defended the process of Building Bridges stating that it was Corona virus that found the process of the BBI ongoing.
Raila Odinga stated that the pandemic only paused 'reggae' for a short while. Before the first case was announced in Kenya, BBI steering committee was yet to conduct two townhall meetings in Nakuru and the capital Nairobi.
Raila Odinga was being interviewed live on Inooro Tv and Inooro FM.
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