The LSK boss Nelson Havi has hinted that Matiang'i should direct the Government to spread the BBI reggae through zoom meetings.
This, he claimed, purposes to evade the further spread of the surging Covid-19 Infections. However, they should not mute Kenyans in the process but allow them to fully participate in the amendment of the constitution.
Through his tweeter feeds, he further claimed that this is also significant to avoid physical and violent confrontations as it has been the case between Tanga Tanga and Kieleweke Members of Parliament.
This comes a few hours after the Hustler Narrative priest announced his decision to scale down his youth and women empowerment rallies.￼ Contrary to this, Raila has launched his campaign for the BBI report in the West Pokot as he was seen addressing a crowd of less than 100 people.
Rocking his twitter account, Havi had this to share, "Dr Fred Matiang'i should now direct the popularization of BBI through zoom rallies to avoid continued spreed of Covid-19. No muting of the audience. Let everyone participate. This even better to avoid permits and violent physical confrontations as has been the case lately."
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