President William Ruto has today received Bad News. This follows the explosion of confirmed reports that Busia Senator Hon Okiya Omtatah and a group of legal minds could be working on a proposal to reduce the Presidential Term from 5 years to 3 Years.
Speaking to the media as per the reports by Kenyans.co.ke, senator Okiya Omtatah said that the current 5-year-term is making the head of States to relax and fail to deliver what they promised during their Presidential Campaigns.
Also, Senator Okiya Omtata has reported that they will ensure that they Get the support of Kenyans before making any move adding that is the reason why BBI fell.
Omtatah argued that the two five-year terms should be reduced to two three-year terms to enable voters to hold presidents accountable.
“If we create a situation whereby the topmost office is going to be occupied for more than ten years, it will be detrimental.
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