Speaking this morning at hot 96 radio station Dr. Kibicho has said, "The BBI bill proposes fundamental changes in the devolution structure and increased resources allocation to counties. In line with our constitution, any amendment that touches on devolution requires a referendum.
Kenya is a democratic country and the upcoming referendum presents its citizen an opportunity to Vote Yes or No to this critical change. Their voice will be honored and applied accordingly." The interior PS Mr Karanja Kibicho said.
According to the constitution of kenya, public servants are not required to engage in politics whatsoever, here is what angry Netizens had to say; Langat, " Why engaged in politics yet you are a civil servant? Are you immune & exempted from the rule of law? You are forcing us to drink BBI like malaria quinine. Alot of force, state machineries, treats & intimidations is being to silence those with different opinions. BBI & 2022 are one & same thing period."
Victorious, "All the more reason we do not need BBI. No justification for restructuring. The referendum is at the cost of citizens who are at the mercy of the leaders. What assurance does anyone have that it will be a fair election?"
Mathias, "What does the 2010 constitution about CSs and involvement in politics"
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