With less than a year to the 2022 general elections, new political activities are expected to take place as the race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta gains momentum. After a humiliating defeat of the Building Bridges Initiative by the pro handshake supporters, the urge to change the constitutions seems to be rekindled, but this time through parliament.
Today, fresh details have emerged that there is a state sponsored meeting which is taking place in Mombasa. In a report via the People Daily, it has been established that currently, the State has sponsored a group of Members of Parliament chaired by Ndaragwa Member of Parliament Hon Jeremiah Kioni.
According to further details, its said that the Constitutional Implementation and Oversight Committee of the National Assembly is fine tuning a bill that is expected to be tabled soon in the floor of the house. The bill aims at making some amendments to the constitution after the BBI flopped.
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