Muslims From Kakamega Vow To Support The BBI But Only Under This Condition
By Smartmind | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 0 views
Muslim believers from Kakamega county has come to set out their own opinion about the BBI and set straight the only condition under which they are going to support the BBI report.
While being lead by Hadija Kanyi, the group urged the President to use the BBI to unite Kenyans and not to tear the apart. Hadija also added that if the president really wants to unite Kenyans through the BBI, he should add another feature into the BBI stating that if this tribe has ever lead in Kenya, then it should not be given a chance to lead again just like Tanzania does.
The Muslim believers also promised to not support the BBI if at all the president will not consider their request.
Below is a link of their video as they issue out their request to the president;
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