There is a likelihood of fresh test for the BBI document as tackles between the Judicially and Executive continues. The legal institution termed the composition of th
e noble document as unconstitutional demanding a procedural constitutional valid process.
The president has been in the rush to secure a legacy through implementation of BBI that seeks to increase more revenue to the counties, creation of 70 extra constituencies and creation of more positions at the executive. Some political analysts also claim that its also a plan of succession and leaving a strong leadership at his backyard in Mt Kenya.
However the Executive maintains that the procedure will still continue as the electoral commission seeks to have an election in the next 90 days after presidential ascent.
The deputy president parted pays with the president after the handshake between Uhuru and Raila. He believes that the birth of BBI through handshake has delayed the Jubilee plans and agenda of securing a legacy before the term ends. Critics of the same report cite little time remaining hence their manifestos have backfired and the option left is to look for another term of Leadership.
The president will have a difficult time to bring both parties together in the interest of passing the document. His deputy who has been leading campaign opposite to his will is seen to have huge fo
llowing across the country.
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