"Elections Must Be There Come 2022," Ruto Breaks Silence On Postponement Of General Elections
The COTU Secretary-General in a recent video shared said that there will be no elections in 2022 if The Building Bridges Initiative will not have been passed. Responding to a question given to him by Sofia Wanuna in the interview, he revealed that there must be 2022 General Elections.
Speaking on the live interview Hon William Ruto revealed that whether BBI is passed or not the country will have an election on the second week of August come 2022. Furthermore he went ahead to reveal that as it stands Building Bridges Initiative is unlawful and can't hinder General Elections.
The Deputy President went ahead to raise concerns on why some individuals were so much into BBI to an extend that if it is not passed they are willing to postponed the General Elections that is in the constitution.
The country recently has witnessed an escalation in politics as the general elections. This is not new as elections coming closer means that politics need to escalate.
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