Raila Discloses One Task The Next President Will Do That Uhuru Cannot Do, Urges Kenyans on One Thing
By Politicsnewsman001 | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 2490 views
The former prime minister Raila Odinga has bursted out while singling one important task that the next president is required to fulfill, that president Uhuru Kenyatta will not have enough time to perform as his term comes to an end in less than a couple of years remaining.
The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party chief has allegged that the next commander in chief that Kenyans will elect should be able to implement the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) proposals, should the constitutional amendment bill 2022 pulls through.
The opposition chief is currently on the ground working together with president Uhuru Kenyatta in rallying Kenyans to support the BBI proposals, alleging that they are important and will help Kenyans develope on their economy, hence creating jobs for the juvenile generation.
The former prime minister has allegged that his region is ready to work with other Kenyans to elect a leader who will follow the president's roots and implement the BBI if it's passed into law during the National referendum hinted to take place by June.
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