Uhuru Kenyatta last week met leaders from six different parties, in what is now referred as the ‘Super Seven’, at statehouse to thank them on campaigning for the BBI and ensuring that the document made it through in over 23 counties which is the minimal requirement to head to the next phase.
Raila and Gideon Moi have already started popularizing the document to different people in different areas across the nation. However the biggest headache for the team is to ensure that Kenyans embrace the document and vote for it if a referendum is to happen.
Politicians allied to the deputy president have continuously stated that Members of County assembly were coarse into voting for the document. They claim the car grant which was promised to them is what might have triggered majority of them to support the document.
Ruto and his allies have continued to reiterate that that the BBI and referendum is not a major concern at the moment and that the BBI proponents should focus their energy in ensuring that the livelihoods of Kenyans are improved.
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