Hot, scorching and uncomfortable speculations have hit the ODM political camp on whether President Uhuru Kenyatta will be willing to subject the BBI report to referendum. This comes as a result of speculation that president Uhuru is planning to sign the building bridges initiative (BBI) ammendment bill into a law if it is passed in Senate and National Assembly.
This has created unrest among ODM supporters amid poor relations with PS Karanja Kibicho. The BBI report is expected to go through the Parliament in the course of this month with it getting a green light after getting support from required number of county assemblies supporting it.
A hated debate is expected between those who are supporting the report and the ANTI-BBI sites.
With corona situation surging and economic drowning, the president might decide to put the ducument into a law which will be unfortunate to ODM brigade who were willing to go for contested referendum as this would have helped the gain they lost supporters who have already joined other camps.
Do you support contested referendum or non contested one?
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