2022 general election is fast approaching and leaders across the country have started mobilizing masses to persuade votes come the general election.
As President Uhuru Kenyatta's term in office nears its end, various leaders have come out to declare interest in the presidency. Among those who have shown interest in the Presidency is Makueni County Governor, Hon Kivutha Kibwana.
Kivutha Kibwana has gone bare knuckles on Raila Odinga for refuting proposals to have a multiple choice referendum on the proposed BBI amendment bill made by Deputy President William Ruto and his Hustler Nation allies.
Governor Kibwana has told Raila that the Kenyans he thinks are not educated and can't handle a multiple choice referendum are the same Kenyans who braved six elections in 2013 and 2017 general elections.
The Makueni County Governor has said that Kenyans can handle the multiple choice referendum because they have succeeded in making choices amid their hard lives. He has also questioned why ODM party leader Raila Odinga wants to deny Kenyans real choice.
"@RailaOdinga Baba, these Kenyans who you say have not been to school, braved 6 elections for President, Gov. Senator, MP, Women MP, MCA in 2013/17. They can handle CHOICE. They make many choices in their hard lives. Why do you want to deny the REAL CHOICE? Ama likivusha ni gogo?" Governor Kivutha Kibwana said.
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