According to him, the government should direct it's energy in combating the disease, and not referendum.
Speaking through Radio Citizen News, Hon Sospeter Ojaamong' said that though the BBI document contains best reforms for Kenyans, the environment at the moment is not favouring political referendum.(Courtesy photo)
He called upon the Parliamentarians to try to pass those reforms in August house without popular referendum.
His words against popular referendum comes few days after kakamega governor hon Wycliffe Ombeta Oparanya echoed the same statement. Therefore, if the division in ODM over BBI referendum persists, there is a possibility for it to be postponed till 2022.
It's remembered that in some few weeks ago, there has been a lot of complains from the ODM leaders claiming that there are some powerful individuals in the government who wants to hijack the BBI report, and later sideline Hon Raila Odinga over 2022 election.
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