Leaders from Mt. Kenya who are spearheading the unity talks in the region are trying and looking for the best method that they will use to bring back the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) proposals.
The leaders who are allied to president Uhuru Kenyatta's camp will meet on Monday in Naivasha after meeting yesterday and postponed their meeting. The Mt. Kenya region also want to discuss the way forward for the region politically given that, the region has many votes.
The leaders led by Gatundu Member of Parliament Moses Kuria who is also the leader of Chama Ya Kazi party says, they want to look for the best way of reviewing the part of the BBI touching on increasing number of constituencies and bringing more resources in counties.
Moses Kuria is among the leaders who have been fighting for the concept 9f one vote one shilling during a discussion on revenue allocation in parliament.
This is good news to the BBI proponents whose document had flopped terribly in the high course as well as in the court of appeal stopping any constitutional changes through a referendum.
Do you think this move will help in resurrecting the BBI soon?
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