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"BBI is not Dead" President Uhuru Reveals What Will Happen Soon, Inform Plans With Raila

The Building Bridges Initiative will soon be continuing to its final obligation as pushed by the handshake team as President Uhuru builds new hope on what Kenyans should expect including his plans with former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.

Speaking at Statehouse, President Uhuru assured supporters of the handshake that the BBI is not dead and that soon all that was meant to ensure inclusivity in government will be accomplished.

The Head of State slammed DP Ruto and allies for scuttling the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) that was meant to benefit all communities creating assurance that the Constitution Amendment bill 2020 will be revived after Raila Odinga takes over.

"A Raila presidency would ensure inclusivity of all Kenyans in the government," President Uhuru is quoted saying via the People Daily.

President Uhuru is not the first person to assure Kenyans that the BBI will still have its way, Raila Odinga is also on the record saying that when he wins over power from President Uhuru his priority will be to amend the Constitution.

"Our focus now is on elections but we will come back for BBI after elections,” said Raila Odinga.

Central Organization of Trade Unions Boss Francis Atwoli is also on the record informing that the government that will take over after August polls will majorly focus on streamlining the Constitution, assuring that the BBI will have to be revived.

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