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'Lead NO campaigns' technocrats advice the DP over BBI

Briannambale1 10/23/2020

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DP Ruto met his technocrats over BBI on Thursday at his Karen residence and the team has advised him to lead no campaigns. In attendance were Tom Namwamba, Barack Muluka, Hassan Omar, Davis chirchir, kipchumba murkomen, korir kings'I, activist Nd u ng'u Wainaina, Hustler nation spokesperson Dennis Itumbi, Johnstone Muthama and Carol Omondi.

The abrupt meeting was convened to strategize a no campaign against pro BBI team lead by Uhuru-Raila team. A series of political rallies is expected to be witnessed across the country as the referendum dates are yet to be decided. It was made clear to the team to reject the BBI and rally Kenyans against supporting the document which they claim will 'burden' Kenyans.

Ruto also asked the team to read the report and highlight areas they will use to incite the Kenyans. Even though the team advised the DP to skip the Monday BBI convention at Bomas of Kenya but the DP told them if the president invites him he cannot fail to attend as that will not augur well with the head of state.

The BBI is expected to face brilliant resistance as the team boasts of constitutional, political and IT experts

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