Various Kenyans and as well some political leaders have lately been raising claims that the Head of State President Uhuru Kenyatta might have used the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) bill to politically betray the Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Odinga.
In March 2018, the former Prime Minister and the President entered a peacemaking agreement through the Handshake that later gave birth to the Building Bridges Initiative, a document that has brought division in the Uhuru Kenyatta led Jubilee Party.
While in an interview with NTV on Monday evening, the Jubilee Party Secretary General Raphael Tuju has broken his silence over the above mentioned claims saying that both the president and the former Prime Minister are in good terms as far as the political realm is concerned.
Raphael Tuju has told Kenyans Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga are still very focused on matters of bringing Kenya together. He has added that the BBI bill has not brought any division whatsoever between the two top politicians.
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