President Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister came up with building Bridges Initiative.According to the two dual leaders,they dream of a nation where all citizen will leave in harmony and unity.They dream of a nation where election will not be life or death.They believe that Kenya can be a place where any community can leave in any part of Kenya irrespective of their tribe.
The two leaders have been having a series of meeting with different stakeholders across the nation so as to support BBI bill.Recent,Uhuru met with Mt.Kenya leaders at Sagana and Today he has met with youth in Nairobi urging them to support BBI.Raila Odinga has been on forefront helping president to drum support on the BBI.Last week Raila Odinga predicted that BBI bill will garner more than 24 counties.His dreams were fulfilled yesterday when MCAs passed the bill.Chepkut William has declared that Raila is the real 'Baba',According to him,Raila has played a major role in the BBI bill Amendment.
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