Currently, Kenya is at a very critical stage in politics where the country has been left with only 14 months for the general elections to be conducted.As we talk, the 2022 Succession politics have already started where every national leader is trying to sell his/her name to the citizens before the actual date of election.
Apart from 2022 Succession politics, there is Building Bridges Initiative (BBI). It came out as a result of the handshake between president Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila odinga on march 2018.
The initiative have taken the entire Political industry by a storm. Through BBI, two Political sides have emerged where one sides seems to be opposing the document whereas the other sides are the pilots of the initiative.
Deputy president hon William Ruto and his close allies are leading the side which seems to be opposing the BBI. For two years now, Ruto and his allies have been condemning the document saying that it won't assist the common mwanainchi in any way. To him and his allies, BBI was just meant to create positions for the high profile leaders in the country.
Now, there is a new twist today in DP Ruto's Camp. This is after one of the Ruto's strong Ally hon Wangui Ngirici took a U-turn and said that the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) is not bad in anyway. She then said that there have been no any competition in the BBI campaigns as claimed by many.
"While we all agree that BBI is no that bad and that there was no competition whatsoever, we must also agree that KANU got only one vote in London ward MCA race #mbeleikosawa" said Ngirici.
This statement by Ngirici in one way shows that DP Ruto's Camp might have agreed not to have oppose the document as she said that the document is never bad in any way nor competitive as they claimed earlier on.
Now, what do you think about this statement? does this shows that Ruto's Camp have agreed to support the document?. Drop your comment.
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