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Raila Odinga Publicly Discloses the Dates When Kenyans Should Expect the BBI

2020-10-17 16:32:27

Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Odinga has publicly disclosed the dates when Kenyans should expect a release of the Building Bridges Initiative final report issuing fresh details.

Speaking in Bondo as reported via the Citizen, the former Prime Minister has disclosed that "the report may be out next week"extending that they aim to bring a meaningful impact to the lives of all Kenyans.

The ODM leader has continued to allege that the Building Bridges Initiative was in a half time putting in that " Nobody can Stop Reggae."

Despite the remarks from Raila Odinga, Deputy President William Ruto recently informed that leaders should change their conversation from that of the BBI to that of empowering youths in the country.

“It’s time we change our discussion from that of the position of the prime minister to the empowerment of boda boda owners among other groups who hustle every day to get something to feed their families,” said Ruto.

DP Ruto rejected the BBI narrative explaining that as a nation we should not continue planning, thinking, and talking about positions expanding that the conversations must change.

“We cannot continue planning, thinking, and talking about creating positions fora few individuals. It’s time we focus our discussions on people who hustle every day with no jobs so that we can empower them economically," Ruto added.

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