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Raila Allied Politicians Urge Kenyans To Prepare For BBI During The Corona Virus Pandemic

Job Maangi



The push for a referendum through the popular Building bridges initiative was gaining momentum in the country just before Kenya recorded the first Corona Virus case when public gatherings were banned.

Former prime Minister Raila Odinga was the one spearheading the process alongside other leaders who are allied to the president as they faced opposition from Ruto’s team.

The Building bridges initiative has received a major boost after veteran politicians revealed that Covid-19 cannot be a hindrance to the refurendum and the country can still put measures that will enable the country to carry out the elections safely.

Photo:Former Vihiga county secretary Francis Ominde and Joseph Simekha at Ebunangwe resort.

The Former Vihiga county secretary Francis Ominde and Joseph Simekha Governor Wilber Ottichilo’s former chief campaigner while addressing journalists at Ebunangwe resort urged Kenyans to prepare for the referendum amdist the Corona Virus pandemic.

“Other nations have conducted their elections in a proper way with high standards of discipline. France and Malawi have done so nicely and Tanzania is heading there as well,” Simekha remarked.

The Western professionals remarked that other countries such as France, Malawi, Tanzania were able to carry out elections on a safe ground and that can be done in the country to ensure that there is national healing and reconciliation.

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They leaders cited the importance of Kenyans fully participating in the Constitution making process through the proposed referendum report and the should prepare to leave with the new norm of having the Covid-19 pandemic with us for a while.

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