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Roselyne Akombe Reveals Why Kenyans Doesn't Need Ruto To Fight For Them In BBI

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Roselyne Akombe, the former IEBC commissioner turned activist has taken a swipe at the media, faulting it of believing that William Ruto will be the saviour for Kenyans in the fight to shoot down Building Bridges Initiative(BBI).

Akombe alleged that kenyans will not need the Second in Command to lead them, saying that kenyans with civil societies and churches have been doing them without any political assistance.

The former IEBC commissioner was reacting to the Sunday Nation's headline which had pointed out that Churches, civil societies and kenyans needed reinforcement of William Ruto in leading 'NO Camp' in the next referendum.

Dr. Akombe then gave an example of the Moi's era when the civil societies and churches led kenyans in opposing Moi's rule and eventually pressured him to yield to their demands.

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William Ruto has for a long time, since the inception of the BBI document after Uhuru and Raila's Handshake until when it was launched at the Bomas of Kenya last month expressed his disinterest in the document, threatening to shoot down any efforts to change the Constitution if his reservations were not given attention.

However, reports has it that the second in command may be near if not already supporting the BBI document after his meeting with president Kenyatta on Wednesday.

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