Since the day it was launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake partner Raila Odinga, Deputy President William Ruto has been adamantly opposed to the Building Bridges Initiative.
The president and former prime minister will be hoping for the best from the BBI ruling, but as things currently stand, the court of appeals will most likely uphold the ruling made by High Court judges on May 13, 2021.
The Deputy President, William Ruto, will be running for the top seat in the general election next year, which is why he does not want BBI to pass in order to make him the best choice for the people of Kenya, as he does not want Kenyans' money to be used in a referendum rather than growing the economy.
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