Photo: Tharaka Nithi senator Kithure Kindiki (Facebook/Kithure Kindiki).
In March 09, 2018, Kenyans were treated with a rare but yet historic a spectacle which has since changed the country's politics. President Uhuru Kenyatta and his erst political foe Raila Odinga buried their hatchets for the country's progress and unity.
Their handshake later on birthed Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) which is a report rich in pragmatic strategies which seeks to heal the country from its longtime political, social and economic maladies.
Photo: BBI architect Raila Odinga (Facebook/Raila Odinga).
Before these prepositions are implemented, constitutional reforms should be carried out and this is the present bone of contention. Pro-BBI brigade led by Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga is mobilizing governmental arms among them the national and county assemblies to give it a nod.
Leaders allied to deputy president have however stood firmly opposing the reforms terming it unnecessary. This group has vowed to pull all strings to see the report hits a cul-de-sac end.
Photo: A screenshot of Kithiki Kindure's post (Facebook/Kithiki Kindure).
Tharaka Nithi senator Kithiki Kindure is one of the strongest pillars of Tanga Tanga brigade. Following the reports that a number of county assemblies have nodded in approval to pass BBI, former senate deputy speaker has revealed that BBI is destined to fail irrespective of the unwavering support it gets from both houses, angry Kenyans are waiting to floor the report. Will this come to pass? Time will tell.
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