Herman Manyora has today come out to give more details on what Kenyans should expect if ODM leader Raila Odinga wins the August elections. Manyora was the guest speaker in Citizen TV's daybreak show on Monday morning where he unveiled a lot of political endeavors currently going on in the country. He said that the Building Bridges Initiative is still alive and that the Supreme Court did not terminate it because it was biased. The reason it was dismissed was because president Uhuru was involved which is against the constitution.
Manyora said that Raila after winning the election can look for someone to carry on with the amendment while he plays a neutral role. This way BBI will get to succeed.
"BBI will go through because if Raila wins, he will give an ordinary Kenyan to spearhead the bill. Supreme Court didn’t have a problem with amending the Constitution, they only had a problem with the president spearheading the bill," Manyora told Sam Gituku on Monday morning.
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