The race of constitutional amendments is fast taking shape as it's proponents keeps the public in high spirits. After the chaos that marred the 2017 general elections, ODM party leader Raila Odinga and president Uhuru Kenyatta took their time to talk to each other and give Kenyans a way forward through the handshake. This brought about the need to have a new constitution that will cater for all political contestants as well as solve historical injustices that has crippled the country since independence.
Photo courtesy; ODM party secretary general Edwin Sifuna
Before the Covid 19 pandemic, leaders were already going around the country in a bid to popularise the initiative with the locals. This had to stop due to the strict measures that were issued by Ministry of Health to caution the public against spread of Corona virus. These happenings threw the document to a limbo and the public confused as to whether it will be passed or the country will go to the next election with the 2010 constitution.
Photo courtesy; Hon. Denis Waweru
But today Kenyans and ODM party members will have something to smile about after one of the BBI Secretariat spoke to the people through social media. In the late evening post Denis Waweru insist that the document will be passed through parliament and the process has already started. He also assured the public not to be worried since president Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga were in control of everything.
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