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President Uhuru Talks of his Regret As he leaves Office

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has revealed what he regrets as his two-term in office come to an end.

Speaking on Sun, Aug 7, The head of state noted the collapse of the constitutional amendment bill that was christened Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) as his regret.

Uhuru said the bill had sought to share resources in respect to the size of population and not a land mass, adding that it was a best suited bill to benefit Mt. Kenya region.

"One of my biggest regrets is seeing the BBI fail. I will ensure the next government pushes it forward. I advocate for one person one vote one shilling. Resources should be divided based on the population not the size of the land," he said

He further urged Mt. Kenya to rally behind Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga on the Tuesday poll.

President Uhuru Kenyatta was speaking on all vernacular Radio and TV stations broadcasting in Agikiyu language.

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