Political temperatures are fast shifting in the country as the next general election approaches. Various leaders have embarked on mobilozing support for different political seats in 2022.
Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has today taken Murang'a County by a storm after he attended a Sunday Church Service in company of his allies as he made a stop in Murang'a town to address residents.
Raila has revisited the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) matter in his push for constitutional amendment that was recently in the courts.
The Court of Appeal gave a ruling on the BBI push days ago, ruling that the initiative to amend the constitution is unconstitutional and unlawfully constituted.
Former Prime Minister has today revived the debate on BBI after lots of speculations of the BBI case heading to the Supreme Court.
While addressing residents of Murang'a after the Church Service, the 2022 presidential hopeful has delivered a message of hope to residents of Murang'a County on BBI that was recently stopped by the Court of Appeal.
Raila has assured residents of Muranga County that the BBI is not dead and there is hope to continue the journey of amending the constitution, and therefore they should not lose hope.
This has revived hopes of having the constitution of Kenya 2010 amended.
Party Leader Rt Hon. Raila Odinga had attended Sunday service at Bible Fellowship Church, Kangare Township in Kigumo Constituency, Murang’a County.
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