The president, Uhuru Kenyatta and the former prime minister are the pioneers of the building bridges initiative. The initiative was born by the famous handshake between the president and the ODM party leader Raila Odinga. The president has however insisted that he is going home 2022. He has repeatedly said this despite some insinuating that he is still young to retire from politics.
The document was launched last year and has had a very good progress. Except for the pandemic that is slowing its progress. We however hope that the pandemic will end we return to our normal lifestyles. The BBI has alot of goodies for kenyans at large.
More funds have been allocated to the counties. More good news is that the funds have been devolved to MCAs. Therefore if deputy president,William Ruto gets to be the president come 2022, this means alot to his administration. People at the grassroot will be able to access more money which can contribute to economic growth.
Think of more positions at the top. His administration will be able to accomodate more leaders from different regions. Even if he doesn't win to be the president, and ends in opposition, there is still a position for opposition leader unlike in current constitution. He can still be able to oversee his shadow cabinet.
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