Orange Democratic Movement party leader and President Uhuru Kenyatta's handshake was today in Murang'a county where he joined several worshipers/congregations at Bible fellowship Church in Kigumo constituency, presided bishop Peter in lifting the name of the highest God ahead of the forthcoming general election scheduled for August 2022.
Immediately the former Prime Minister left the church premises on his way back to his Karen residence in Nairobi county, the flamboyant Luo Nyanza kingpin made an impromptu visit to Kangare center where he addressed the residents for a few minutes.
While delivering his speech, the ODM boss said that he was glad to be back in the region after the BBI signatures collection where the mountain residents lead with the highest number of signatures. He also promised the entire mouth of Kenya residents that BBI is not Dead and it's only in halftime spree.
He went ahead to cite that in the BBI document they were not trying to rob other regions of their money through the one man, one vote, one shilling as was proposed in the BBI Bill, but rather they were only proposing for equity amongst the entire Kenyan citizens.
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