Hon Cate Waruguru has called called upon Raila and Uhuru to accept the fall of the Building bridges Initiatives. According to her the BBI was not bad in anyway, she blamed the people who had taken a front lead in campaigning for the document. She stated that if the right channel could have been followed then the BBI could not have been rejected.
Waruguru also alleged that the president is not a common citizen since he is the president. She called upon the people to continue hearing and respecting the courts order. "BBI is behind us right now"she stated
She also called upon Raila, Uhurju and Ruto to continue with handshake so as to facilitate peace in the country. Waruguru told the presidential aspirants to be ready to accept any outcome in the 2022 elections, to her the person who wins the seat should be sworn in as the 5th president.
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