The building bridges initiative that was initiated by the president and Raila Odinga has been under dillema with most people saying, the handshake was coming to an end.
They alleged that there were some powerful civil servants in the state house who wanted to hijack the process.
In today's newspaper, it had been alleged that the Uhuru Kenya and Odinga supporters had divergent views on the refferundum.
In the star, it is recorded that the president team is scheming to pass and sign into law BBI proposals that don't require refferundum. This means that the team want to do away with refferundum considering the hard times the country is going through.
Today, the IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati told MPs Committee on BBI that the commission is ready for the refferundum but concerned about the funds.
This comes as good news to ODM camp as their party leader has been pushing for the refferundum. The statement by the IEBC Chair is a proof that the process will have to be decided by the common mwananchi at the refferundum stage.
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