The Building Bridges Bill which had been a topic of discussion in the country was stopped amid the spread of the coronavirus pandemic disiase in the country. Many politians who were being led by ODM party leader Raila Odinga and the president Uhuru kenyatta were supporting the implementation of the bill.
On the other side Deputy President William Ruto was on the opposite end. In the past few days it seems that the need for the Referendum process has started gaining momentum since many of the politians have started talking about it once more.
Today Through her post on twitter handle platform, Senetor Millicent Omanga said that the issue of fake BBI bill sent to county Assemblies should be immediately investigated and if confirmed to be true then the whole process should be declared a nullity.
This post has elicits many reactions from Kenyans and many have reacted negatively towards the nomiated Senator.Here are some of the reactions from the netizensWhat is reactions about this incident? Leave your views in the comments section.
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