The former prime minister and one of the pioneers of the building bridges initiative report has made tough ultimatums to president Uhuru Kenyatta to remove interior principal secretary Dr Karanja Kibicho from the building bridges initiative report campaign programmers.
Dr Karanja Kibicho is being accused of hijacking and sabotaging the building bridges initiative Secretariat thus making their work hard.
The orange party has given president Uhuru Kenyatta an ultimatum to make a choice between his powerful principal secretary or their input in push for the constitutional amendment.
According to the orange party Mr Kibicho will jeopardize the referendum process if not tamed as early as this.
Junet Mohammed who is a close confidant of hon Raila Odinga believes that nobody can bring down this initiative that has brought peace and stability in the country.
This is a tough demand that might not be possible putting into consideration Dr Karanja Kibicho is a close confidant of the president and a strong supporter.
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