The Building Bridges Initiative Bill that has been recently overthrown by the court of appeal promoter, Junet Mohammed has sent a warning to Kenyans in regards to the upcoming 2022 general elections, urging them to vote wisely.
Where DP Ruto praised BBI, for its exclusivity in upholding the interest of local mwananchi.
"New article 11A in the BBI constitution bill introduced after Bomas will anchor the ordinary peoples," Dp Ruto penned down.
Later, DP Ruto, even before the Court of Appeal ruling was on record poking holes onto the BBI. And mounting his last nail on BBI "coffin" DP Ruto tweeted praising the court decision for overthrowing the Building Bridges Initiative bill.
"God has come through for Kenya and stopped the coalition of the known, mighty and powerful from destroying the Constitution," DP tweeted earlier on.Something Junet is concerned about in regards to DP Ruto changing tunes over the just ovethrown BBI. Hence sending a warning to Kenyans to be wise in their voting.
"Vote wisely," Junet penned down.
Below is the tweet image;
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