Few days ago details shocking details emerged about 34 counties passing fake BBI document while only 13 out of 47 counties who passed the correct Document.This issue has been defended by parties involved.ODM Leader Raila Odinga refuted the claims saying that they gave the right Document to the IEBC.
The Building Bridges Initiative has been dominating headlines since the onset of the week after it emerged that some counties could have passed a fake bill.This new discovery has threatened to stop the BBI Reggae at a time the promoters were racing against time to have the country go to a Referendum.
The confusion about different versions of the Building Bridges Initiative bill debated by 34 county assemblies is getting to the nerves of the bill's proponents, after the Joint Parliamentary Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs (JLAC) affirmed that the errors highlighted cannot be ignored.A publication by the Standard discloses that the members of the JLAC are in a dilemma on what the bill stares at, as different stakeholders dismiss contributing to its alteration.
Everything concerning the Building Bridges Initiative is now getting muddier and messier after reports emerged of varying copies debated in more than 30 county assemblies.The confusion took a new twist yesterday after IEBC dismissed claims that the bill might have been altered after the BBI promoters issued them with the hard copies.
Fresh details about the Building Bridges Initiative bill have emerged over the National Assembly Majority leader Amos Kimunya's recent move to calm the recently detected tension about the bill.It has been established that Kipipiri Member of Parliament Hon Amos Kimunya has penned a request to the National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi seeking a 3-day special sitting to discuss matters the Constitutional Amendment Bill 2020.
According to the Joint Parliamentary Justice and Legal Affairs Committee, about 34 county assemblies passed the wrong version of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report.Only 13 county assemblies managed to pass the correct version of the bill and also quoted the correct article 89(7) of the constitution.
Popular activist Boniface Mwangi is an outspoken campaigner of the Linda Katiba initiative, which seeks to unite Kenyans against the Building Bridges Initiative.Mwangi who is working alongside the likes of Martha Karua, has recently revealed an alleged escape move that Raila is planning to use in order to remove himself from all the Government deficiencies.
In the last few days, there has been confusion about the Building Bridges Initiative after it emerged that about 13 County Assemblies debated and passed the wrong BBI bill.The IEBC yesterday released a press statement claiming that they distributed the bills given to them by the BBI Secretariat.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC, has denied that it ever sent different copies of the Building Bridges Initiative, BBI, bill to counties.Instead, the Commision has shifted the blame to the BBI Secretariat for the mishap that came to light yesterday.Wafula Chebukati.
The constitution amendment bill popularly know as the Building Bridges Initiative is facing more hurdles.Today the standard newspaper has dropped the bombshell to the public.According to the latest information, about 13 counties received and debated a different version of the bill.This has confused many Kenyans who are left with many questions than answers.
Just when the Building Bridges Initiative was about to get into it’s most important phase which is the referendum, it seems all the hell has now broken lose as allegations emerge that some of the reports which were presented to the counties were not original.This new development has now elicited reactions more so among DP Ruto’s allies who now want the whole process to be nullified if the investigation finds out that the allegations are true.
The Building Bridges Initiative process is bill still under processing even though it was slightly stopped due to corona virus pandemic.However,the process is currently on a stand still following some frauds that were revealed to have happened during the bill processing at the county assembly level.It was recently discovered that only thirty five counties got the right version of the Building Bridges Initiative bill while other twelve counties debated on fake.Lawyer Otiende Amolo has broken the silence saying that no law can be approved in Kenya without a stamp of Senate or national assembly.
Reports concerning the fake BBI document that was passed by 34 County assemblies have been making headlines on various news platforms.The Constitutional ammendment bill is now prone to court cases since it is only 13 Counties that passed the right document.Those who are opposing the Building Bridges Initiative now have a golden chance to stop the BBI reggae.
The Building Bridges Initiative has been confronting difficulties and threats of not continuing to the submission.The record which was started by president Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake partner Raila Amolo Odinga has had a smooth running during its interaction of execution however most as of late it is countering various difficulties.
Wafula Chebukati Breaks Silence on Claims IEBC Was Responsible For Sending Different Versions of BBI
Framers of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) are crying foul after claims that counties passed different versions of the Constitutional Amendment Bill, making it hard for the document to go to another stage.It has emerged that 34 counties debated on incorrect Bill that made reference to a non-existent article of the Constitution, while clarifying how 70 constituencies would be created.
Building Bridges Initiative bill has been dominating our headline for most of this week.There have been complaints that members of Parliament could have voted yes for the fake BBI bill.This is after the top legal advisor for the former primer minister Raila Odinga requested the DCI to investigate who tampered with the bill.
Huge Blow To Uhuru-Raila As These Details Concerning BBI Are Revealed By BBI Parliamentary Committee
On march 2018, president Uhuru Kenyatta and the opposition leader hon Raila Odinga came into a common political agreement through the handshake at Harambee house Nairobi.According to these leaders, their agreement was meant to bring unity into the country.After this handshake, the two leaders came up with Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) which was meant to change some sections of the current constitution of Kenya.
The reports that IEBC presented different documents of Building Bridges Initiative continues to heighten, with the electoral body finding it hard to explain how it happened.And now one of the members of Joint Parliamentary Committee on BBI, has revealed that with the information that has been provided, that there variants of BBI documents, the court should now be easily be able to stop the process.
The Building Bridges Initiative has been facing challenges and dangers of not proceeding to the referendum.The document which was initiated by president Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake counterpart Raila Amolo Odinga has had a smooth running during its process of implementation but most recently it is countering a number of challenges.
The BBI is a bill that was formed after the handshake between Uhuru and Raila after the last general elections that had created some political fears in the country.The elections had been repeated and Uhuru confirmed his victory.This created a rivalry between Jubilee and ODM.Before long, the unexpected happened.