Following the death of Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) some few months ago due to Court ruling against it, deputy president William Ruto who was opposing the Bill has now made an urgent request to president Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga who were the initiators of the Bill.
According to the report from The Star, deputy president William Ruto claims the Bill could not succeed because it lacked support from majority of citizens.
He now wants president Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga to apologize for initiating a Bill which was only meant for increasing top political seats instead of working for Kenyans who elected them.He also wants the two to apologize for forcing the Bill to Kenyans instead of using a constitutional way of changing constitution. What's your view on this? Leave your comment and share this article with your friends. Also remember to follow us in order to receive more updates.
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