The building bridges initiative bill has really brought about mixed reactions from politians to local citizens. The question that is at the of it all is whether the bill should be passed or not.
Some people are against it claiming that it will limit development in some parts of the country. Others feel like the bill will mould the country to a new form by pushing it forward.
If the BBI bill is to be passed, it means that the constitution will have to be changed or in other words amended.
There have been parliamentary debates that have been going on to determine whether the the constitution should be amended or not.
President Uhuru who was the source of the bill said that he was not trying to do away with the 2010 constitution but rather modify it to a better way.
Members of Parliament are now gathered in parliament trying to give their opinions on what way the bill should go. Kenyans should be ready for anything that comes their way after a decision is made.
My question for you is whether you think the Constitution should be amended. Kindly share your thoughts on the comment section below.
Source: Channel 7 News EA.
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