Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) which was initiated by president Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga has received a huge boost following emerging reports concerning it's appeal.
According to the report from Citizen TV, three citizens have moved to court to also give their views concerning previous ruling against the Bill by High Court judges.
They want court of appeal to revive Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) Bill so as to allow Kenyans to go for referendum before the next general election.
Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has also raised the same issue.Among the proposals of this Building Bridges Initiative includes introduction of Prime Minister's post and two deputy prime ministers. Deputy President William Ruto is among the politicians who strongly opposed these changes saying that it will be a burden to kenyans. Share this article with your friends and remember to follow us in order to receive more updates.
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