Tanga Tanga Senator Trashes Uhuru’s Speech in the US

Kericho senator Aaron Cheruiyot has teared down President Uhuru’s speech abroad over beating the usual outcome of presidential elections that divide the country.

Speaking at the Atlantic Council Forum in Us on Wednesday, Uhuru said the Building Bridges Initiative(BBI) model provides a unique ground on how international communities make their judgement about politics not only in Kenya but across the African continent.

He said the initiative is a key pillar to the political and social governance engineering.
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Uhuru Kenyatta

“This is a homegrown solution for a divisive political culture that has bred conflicts. It is the best way to preempt further escalation in political competition,” Uhuru said.

Well, Cheruiyot after listening to the speech revealed that changing the system of executive is not the solution. He rather opined that the nation should stratify the division of resources by % in order to guarantee every Kenyan services.

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“I listened keenly to H.E Uhuru’s address in the US. I share in his concerns of the tight raced always 50/50 split every electoral cycle. IMO changing the system of executive is not the solution. Stratify the division of resources by %s therefore guarantee every Kenyan of services,”he said.

President Uhuru Kenyatta has said the US can learn a lot from the Building Bridges Initiative.

Currently, all rallies and public engagements pertaining to the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) have been postponed indefinitely in honour of the late former President Daniel Arap Moi.

Paul Mwangi, the joint secretary of the committee

Mzee Moi died early Tuesday morning at the Nairobi Hospital where he had been admitted since October 2019.

Paul Mwangi, Joint Secretary of the steering committee on BBI implementation, in a press statement said, “The Steering Committee on the Implementation of the Building Bridges to a United Taskforce Report wishes to announce the postponement of the scheduled public engagements which had been advertised”.

“This is in honour of the late former President of the Republic of Kenya His Excellency Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi.”

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