Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta came up with Building Bridges Initiative so as to unite Kenyans.BBI bill has been endorsed and passed by more than 30 counties.Members of Assemblies have played a major in debating and involving their residents in a public participation.
Tangatanga allies allied to deputy president William Ruto have been opposing the BBI bill.According to them ],they have been smelling something fishy about it.They have been urging their MCAs allied to them to reject Building Bridges Initiative.
Today,a top tangatanga ally has disclosed that whether the BBI bill pass or not is not his affair.According to Sudi,the BBI is not a priority at the moment.Sudi said"Tangatanga allies Whether BBI passes or fails is non of our business. What we want to make it clear is that BBI is not a priority at the moment."
Meanwhile BBI team has announced that national campaign will kick off next week.Sifuna's message comes an hour after the more than 30 counties have passed the bill.
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