The sudden stoppage of the BBI report was a major setback on the BBI spearheads. The 2022 presidential race is giving people sleepless nights with presidential candidates trying to justify how their opponents are meant for the job. President Uhuru Kenyatta and Hon Raila Odinga had good intentions of uniting the country but with hungry ambitious politicians like the Sugoi Man will do anything to see all those efforts go to ashes.
The decision by high Court judges to stop BBI reggae must be having good intentions and Kenyans should not take it negatively. Political analyst Herman Manyora has delivered bad news to legislators as he made this revelations. According to Herman Manyora president Uhuru Kenyatta wanted the BBI report to pass so that MP's can be paid like other civil servants. This could have seen this country save a lot of taxpayers money.
"There are two ways of dealing with the constitution: Through the trenches or through the constitutional path. The former is warlike, the latter is civil.
If the president wanted to save the people of Kenya from their greedy MPs, won’t he use the popular initiative to tame the MPs? He may want to have the PSC abolished so that MPs are paid like other public servants." Herman Manyora stated.
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