Many people have claimed that the famous handshake that led to the birth of the Building Bridges Initiative constitutional amendment Bill 2020 is at its death bed with president Uhuru Kenyatta allegedly showing sign of shortchanging and betraying Raila Odinga at the same time. Several reports have indicated that there is a sharp division amongst ODM and Jubilee over BBI.
However, to counteract these claims, a top Governance Expert Hamisi Mboga has ravished these claims stating that the handshake pact between the ODM party leader Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta is still strong and intact. He has urged those driving the betrayal narrative to stop because neither Raila nor Uhuru have said anything about the collapse of a handshake.
Speaking during an Interview with KBC TV, Mr Mboga has assured handshake supporters that if at all there is any difference between the two, they will come together to solve it.
Hamisi mboga, Governance Expert: "There is no crack in the handshake and the BBI. If there is a crack the two gentlemen can always sort it out. The only issue we have is about who places where in the executive."
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