Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) has been gaining momentum since its inception for discussion in the county assembly. Its motion has already been passed by 7 counties save for one that rejected it.
Different politicians allied to separate political camps have been either campaigning against or for it.One of them, Tangatanga has been holding rallies countrywide in a bid to make the amendment fail to get to referendum.
On Wednesday, Interior Permanent Secretary Karanja Kibicho pleaded with Mt Kenya residents to support BBI wholly and insisting that it has nothing to do with Raila's ambition for Presidency in 2022 general election.
Speaking to Gukena FM, the PS said that even if the 2020 amendment bill was passed then it wasn't automatic that former Premier would be President.
“People should separate BBI from the former PM. Raila is not BBI and it’s not written anywhere that if BBI passes Raila will become President,” he said as quoted from Star Newspaper.
He farther stated that the Constitution Bill will address the resource allocation complaints and region representation once and for all.
Kibicho later concluded that camp allied to Deputy President William Ruto was spreading lies about BBI for their own good rather than educating voters on its content.
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