Former Member Of Parliament and Wiper Party Secretary General Farah Maalim has revealed why President Uhuru Kenyatta is very focused and determined to make sure that the 2010 Constitution is amended before his term expires. While speaking at TV 47 on Monday night, Farah Maalim said that most of then projects President Uhuru Kenyatta hoped they would be his legacy have failed terribly. According to the former MP, Uhuru want to amend the Constitution as his only legacy. Maalim Said that Uhuru hoped and wanted good infrastructure to be his legacy but the SGR has already proved to be unproductive as expected.
" You cannot say infrastructure is your legacy when you have built SGR, which is a white elephant and killed more important road transport sector in the process. There is nothing to write home about as far as Uhuruto legacy is concerned. Maybe if the President manages to lead the country in to free and fair referendum. said Farah Maalim.
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