The former prime minister Raila Odinga has dismissed the claims that the constitution amendment bill is a great determinant of the August 2022 state house bid. Speaking on Friday He has said that the the bill is not a ticket to Statehouse.
The building bridges Initiative bill got the greatest support on super tuesday when more than 26 County assemblies unanimously voted for the bill surpassing the 24 counties threshold before midday. So far 40 Counties Unanimously Passed the bill with Baringo and Nandi remaining the only ones that have rejected.
The head of state on Thursday met leaders of prominent political parties in a bid to look for support for the bill as it moves to the parliament. After the bill passes the parliament Kenyans will have an opportunity to practice their democratic right by voting for the bill through a referendum.
There has been circulations that the constitution amendment bill is aimed at creating positions for some leaders.
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