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BBI is not dead; Wiper MP Charles Nguna says

After the High court ruled that Building Bridges Initiative [BBI] constitutional amendment process to be unconstitutional, a Wiper MP has come out to defend the bill stating it is not yet dead.

Mwingi West MP, Charles Nguna has said he supports its key stakeholders heading to the supreme court for appeal.

“BBI is not dead, there is still time to amend the document,” said Nguna.

He also corrected the judges stating that the President was not the promoter but a facilitator of BBI.

“The Promoters of the bill were BBI taskforce selected across the country through consultation from various leaders and party leaders,” said Nguna.

Speaking in Nguutani Catholic Church where he had attended a church fundraiser, the MP also noted that Kenyans have wasted a lot of time on BBI and it has cost a lot of money.


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