After their famous handshake, President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM party leader Raila Odinga came up with the BBI. They have been insisting that the document has plenty of solutions to problems that have been affecting this country but some people have still been trying as hard as possible to shoot it down.
The good thing is that Uhuru and Raila have been in politics for a very long time so they have been using their experience to march forward. As we are speaking, they are too close but too far reaching their destination on the BBI. That is because the whole process is being frustrated in the Parliament.
Law Society of Kenya President Nelson Havi decided to break his silence on the matter with a worrying statement that left many Kenyans talking. According to Nelson Havi, if the MCAs got Ksh 2 million to pass the BBI, then MPs should get Ksh 20 Million to pass the document.
"These MPs should stop joking with the country's fate and trivializing amendment of the Constitution. It isnt their usual frivolous tinkering with this and that law for personal expediency. The Constitition is our sacrosanct covenant of governance not anyone's partisan interests." Tweeted Nelson Havi.
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