The deputy president William samoei Ruto today speaking at his Karen home ,has demand the apology from the leaders who pushed the popular initiative, BBI which has been declared unconstitional ,null and void by the court of appeal.
According yo the deputy president ,the team has sabotage the big four agenda and other progress of the national government .
The deputy president reveal that the change of the constitution by using BBI was to be a big threath to rge judiciary by introducing imperial president.
"Some of the proposals contained in the BBI document can be implemented without constitutional amendments .Parliament and IEBC ,for instance ,are well placed to enhance resources to counties and undertake the creation of additional constituencies as part of their mandate" Ruto says
But Parliament has been alleged to set a move that will ensure the change of some of the proposals before the next election 2022.
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