PS Kibicho Remarks on BBI and Raila that has Brought Raila's Camp into Fear of Uncertainties
By TrippleM | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 10849 views
Permanent Secretary for Interior Karanja Kibicho has again created the environment of uncertainties of what exactly the future holds for the ODM party leader Raila Odinga in his 2022 presidential bid.
That is after having fought for the success of BBI which he formed through the handshake with President Uhuru Kenyatta and has been pushing for its success all along to this moment.
By doing so with Uhuru who is currently not into that good terms with his Deputy William Ruto, there have been many speculations that the two, Raila and Uhuru, will be able to team up and support one person who is probably Raila for the country's top seat in the coming 2022 general elections.
However, according to PS Karanja Kibicho who had popped up with a bombshell at Raila's camp, he has urged people from Mount Kenya to support the BBI and separate Raila from the document.
That is as reported in Today's newspaper from the Star which has again been shared by some influential people in the country especially those allied to the ODM party leader Raila Odinga who have raised questions concerning such remarks.
Among those who have raised some questions on the unity of BBI as opposed to PS Karanja's remarks include Mohamed Wehliye who has now failed to understand such repeated lines being made by Mount Kenya leaders against Raila Odinga.
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