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President Uhuru’s Birthday Gift As BBI Is Launched At Bomas

Webster Momanyi

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PHOTO: Former PM Raila Odinga (left) and President Uhuru Kenyatta (right) holding BBI report during it's release at Kisii State Lodge on 21st October 2020 in Kisii County

President Uhuru Kenyatta is set to receive another historic and heroic birthday gift at the Bomas of Kenya as he celebrates his 59th birthday.

 

 

The President and former prime minister and opposition leader Raila Odinga will officially launch the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report that has always been nearly a 2 year government project, after the handshake that they had done after the 2017 general elections.

Photo: President Uhuru Kenyatta and former Opposition leader Raila Odinga receiving BBI report at Kisii county

 

Today, exactly 3 years ago, dozens of Kenyans turned out in large numbers to gift Uhuru Kenyatta a birthday gift; the re- election, days after his victory got nullified on 8th August 2017 by the Chief Justice at the Supreme Court.

Reports emerging discloses that despite the BBI committee carrying the day, to launch the handshake ‘fruits’ between the President and his handshake brother who had given him sleepless nights before they officially decided to change the political air, the office of the President will be carrying a portion of the event to celebrate his birthday.

President Uhuru Kenyatta (left) and Raila Odinga (right) engaging a conversation in the past event

Early on, Senate majority whip Irungu Kang’ata disclosed that BBI campaigns will be taken to every county after Monday’s event of launching it. This was in support of the president’s remarks to provide copies to each and every citizen, scrutinize and make informed decisions on reforms discussed in the report.

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Kenyans have nonetheless continued sinking in confusion as the report shallowly and hardly focuses on common citizens issues. Leaders including the deputy President has opined that the report should not only prioritize on power Sharing deals among the political class, but sort out economic struggles and development projects to change lives of common citizens.

We want to have a decent conversation on the BBI initiative that is people centred and all inclusive. The discussion must be heavy on ordinary Kenyan’s issues such as jobs generation and poverty eradication rather than leaders and positions,” said the DP Ruto.

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