At the height and midst of the covid-19 pandemic, constitutional amendment change was being pressed and stressed as the only means of unifying and uniting a consistent and continuous 'fighting nation' after every cycle of elections, into a one, loving, caring and purposeful nation.
Although these efforts were watered down by the country's Court systems, it continues to manifest itself in various key issues affecting many communities in the nation. For instance, there are several communities in Kenya which claim there were several injustices committed against them and were truly enthusiastic once the BBI bill was in Parliament's corridors knowing for a fact that it will be the solution and justice to their many perennial issues.
Yesterday on KTN NEWS, Kieni Member of Parliament, Kanini Kega, was optimistic and more pragmatic about presidential aspirants who didn't 'threw' any kind of support to the constitutional amendment bill and were wooing the vote-rich region, to be more realistic about the peoples' interests and desires.
He has mentioned that the mountain needs fair representation and fair share of resources or national cake. Furthermore, he has attributed that the building bridges document was one 'hell' of solution to the 'mountain' community issues, and that if a leader want their support, he/she should not just think the deputy president option is the solution to them, rather, be ready to solve and provide a 'mountain full' of grievances needed by them.
Therefore, he is calling out these political leaders who have decided to camp in their region and didn't totally support the initiative, to provide proof that their interests are well prioritized, observed and kept at heart.
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