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BBI Suffers A Setback As Majority Of Kenyans Vow To Reject It Even After Being Amended

Tororey 11/26/2020

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. The proponents of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) have been dealt a huge blow after majority of Kenyans vowed to reject the report on grounds that its implementation was not a priority at the time because the novel Coronavirus (COVID-2019) had had negative implications on the socioeconomic status of the country, and therefore, all the attention should be diverted to controlling it.

Kenyans have also taken issue with the proposals outlined in the document, particularly that which involves scrapping of county women representative posts and expansion of the Executive arm of government, claiming that it was not necessary at the moment.

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In a video that was shared by Daily Nation, a number of them have argued that the BBI report proposals lack substantive solutions to challenges facing ordinary citizens. Link: https://www.facebook.com/105983259496/posts/10159289887104497/?app=fbl

"We shall deal with BBI like a rotten egg," one of them said.

Others have condemned the implementation process of the report because according to them, it had elicited divisions amongst Kenyans, a move which according to them, could threaten peace and tranquillity they had been enjoying.

The group of Kenyans criticizing the report, which comprised the majority, castigated the proponents of the report for forcing its implementation. They wondered why they were hellbent on ensuring that it goes through while suspecting a malicious objectives by them (proponents) over the same.

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However, a very small section of them hailed the report, especially the latest one for factoring their concerns. They observed that most proposals in the report were good, except a few which needed to be ironed out before being fully implemented.

This follows after the leading proponents of the report, led by president Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga launched the signature collection exercise that would culminate to a referendum.

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