As the 2022 general election news, political temperatures in the country continue mounting up. Most of the politicians shifted their attention to the coming general election a long time ago, something that is affecting development projects in the country because it is all about politics rather than working for the people.
As we are speaking, temperatures are high in the country after Kenyans woke up to a worrying news on the coming general election. According to Daily Nation, there is a row over an a scheme to delay the 2022 general election through the BBI.
Reports indicated that the proponents of the BBI Bill are adamant that the referendum must be held before the general election, something that may end up pushing forward the general election but allies of DP William Ruto's have vowed to resist the move.
That is a dangerous thing that may bring problems to the country if it is not solved in time. The BBI proponents should sit with DP William Ruto's allies and come up with a solution to the problem before things go out of hand.
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