Popular political analyst Harman Manyora who is known to be a strong supporter of Azimio la umoja team led by former prime minister Raila Odinga and president Uhuru Kenyatta has reacted following yesterday's BBI ruling by supreme court.
According the report from Citizen, Manyora has refuted the claims that Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) is permanently death saying the Bill was okay and good for the country.
He has revealed that the Building Bridges Initiative Bill is just in halftime and they will revive it anytime without making previous mistakes which resulted in its nullification.
"President Uhuru said, one day BBI Bill will be back. ODM party leader Hon Raila Odinga said it is on half time. I think that is the situation now. It has clarified in a way how the process can be done in future,” said Hon Harman Manyora.
“BBI Bill was okay, the referendum can go on. I think the whole thing is about whether or not Kenya can amend the Constitution and that has been addressed well and clearly during the day,” he added.
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