The political season has already started, with deputy president being seen as the top contender in the presidential race. Just recently after the BBI lost in court,Yesterday on a court ruling, BBI was declared null and void. It had no constitutional support. It was created based on ones interest. So many Kenyans have made memes on this. Some use Raila Odinga photos, showing him shading off tears.
Incase BBI could have won, there would have been more protocols on leadership and even in seats. What a lost! They used a lot of billions on their rallies and even on creating it's content. This cash could have been used to feed the less fortunate in the society, could have been better.
Kenyans are waiting on the plan after the BBI lost in court yesterday. What is the next plan? Let's wait and see. Is this victory to the deputy president? See you in the coming election on August, the coming year. We hope for change.
Gone are the days when Kenyans were oppressed. We should chose wisely. We thank God that Kenya has a constitution that governs it.
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