The BBI is being covertly implemented by President William Ruto, according to Taifa Leo newspaper. When President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila led their people against the BBI, William Ruto was one of the leaders who was vehemently opposed to it. The measure was approved by county legislatures, but it was rejected by the courts for reasons mostly related to the bill's initiator, who at the time was President Uhuru, the incumbent.
The bill had proposed adding a few additional roles and giving the counties more funding. Additionally, it had aimed to develop more constituencies. Esperanto and the proposal of adding more seats were fiercely opposed by President Ruto, who was the deputy at the time.
However, he had recently been observed doing several of the activities he opposed. A prime cabinet position that is a copy of the prime minister is an example. He created a post that is not found in the constitution. He engaged in combat within the same BBI. So, is Ruto secretly carrying out the BBI? perhaps, yeah.
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