Raila has today brought businesses to a standstill in president Uhuru Kenyatta's stronghold moments after attending a church service at Bible Fellowship Church in Kangare, Murang'a county.
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Raila stormed the town accompanied with both Jubilee and some Kieleweke brigades like Junet Mohammed, Maina Kamanda etc pulling a crowd of people who flocked around his convoy and the streets of Kangare. The crowd gave them a warm reception filled with chants and jubilations before the political discourse commenced.
As Raila was speaking, he strongly changed his tune concerning the fall of the Building Bridges Initiative and announced to Murang'a residents that the narrative about the initiative will come to action again. He confirmed to them that his team is confident that BBI will not fade away before it fulfils what was entailed to provide for Kenyans.
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His statement concerning BBI has now surprised many Kenyans as it contradicts his earlier declaration when the bill was officially announced as null and void where he said that he has moved on. With that, Kenyans have now taken to the internet to share their concerns over the same as they debate over Raila's new stance.
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