"Senator @ledamalekina speaks on the next step if the court rule in favour of BBI." Kenyans.co.ke report according to the senator, if the courts rule in favor of the BBI bill then the next step is the amending of election bill to push ahead the election dates to allow for constitutional changes.
There has been allegations that president Kenyatta has plans of staying in power longer than the expected date which is 8th august next year. Those allied to the deputy president have condemned these plans terming it as unconstitutional for him and must leave office as soon as his time expires.
Here is what netizens had to say concerning Sen. Olekina's revelation; Universal citizen, "Timelines of everything is growing thinner Procedural requirements are expiring IEBC is running late 12 mons to an election like no other nothing is happening there till 20th of August after BBI judgment. Everything is on ice suppliers are hanging on the wings to be single sourced"
Frank, "A useless young legislator masquerading as a leader. Traitor of young people aspirations!"
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