The former Gishugu member of parliament and the NARC Kenya party leader Martha Karua has openly differed with the Machakos governor Dr. Alfred Mutua on the issue of the anti BBI campaigns. Karua had promised Kenyans that she will lead the campaigns through her umbrella of Linda Katiba initiative.
While speaking on a KTN News night interview few days ago, Karua assured Kenyans that she is going to oppose the constitutional amendment bill 2020 through the BBI. She said she knows that the process of a country wide is quit expensive and that as linda katiba, she is willing to welcome the well wishers to partiner with them in the efforts to do civic education to the public.
Mutua has gotten her efforts twisted as he has emerged with new claims that the DP Ruto is not going to openly come out and oppose the amendment bill but he will fund the likes of linda katiba to oppose it. Since the BBI process was started, the DP has been giving it a cold approach where in most cases he has tried to sand on the fence on the whole issue.
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