After a month of political dormancy, president Uhuru Kenyatta has reportedly broken silence after the fall of the Building Bridges Initiative report, Reveals his next big plan ahead of the 2022 general election that might send DP William Ruto back to the drawing board.
As seen reported by the PEOPLE'S DAILY newspaper today on Monday 27th of September, the president is reportedly even angrier with his deputy Dr. William Ruto and his tangatanga Allies especially the ones from Mount Kenya region for fighting so hard to ensure that the Building Bridges Initiative report failed. According to the papers, Uhuru intended to use BBI to cement his legacy in the region by allocation of more resources and constituency addition.
And now Speaking through his most trusted lieutenant Hon Wambugu Ngujiri, the president has assured his supporters that all is not lost because he will still focus more on building his legacy without BBI by bringing more developments to the region. He will however ensure that Ruto and his Allies will not succeed in conquering the region by making parallel campaigns to tell the people how much the region has lost because of Ruto and his tanga tanga Allies.
"The boss is focusing more on building his legacy. He will make a couple of tours around the Mt Kenya region to show them how much they lost after DP Ruto and his Allies fought so hard to see the Building Bridges Initiative fall," Hon Wambugu told the papers.
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