Deputy president Dr William Ruto has today said that some of proposals contained in Building Bridges Intiative (BBI) documents can be implemented without constitutional amendment.
Speaking today while meeting grassroot leaders from Ukambani region the second in command said national assembly and independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) are based placed to enhance resources to the counties and undertake the creation of additional constituencies.
"Some of the proposals contained in the BBI document can be implemented without Constitutional amendments. Parliament and @IEBCKenya, for instance, are well placed to enhance resources to counties and undertake the creation of additional constituencies as part of their mandate," wrote DP Ruto.
His sentiments comes barely a month after court of Appeal ruling that rendered constitution amendment Bill null, void and unconstitutional. Deputy president has been at forefront opposing the document saying it is not a priority for kenyans.
His change of heart today shows that the document contained good proposal that ought to be considered going forward. This is good news to BBI proponents who are now heading to supreme court to appeal the ruling by High Court and court of Appeal.
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