Musalia Mudavadi calls for inclusivity in BBI pact
SEE ALSO :Western leaders in fresh unity promiseMudavadi said the initiative ought to accommodate all Kenyans to address what ailed the country, "the fiercely exclusivity politics where the winner takes it all". The ANC leader, speaking after a church service at Our Lady of Consolata Catholic Cathedral in Nyeri, said as things stood, "all indications are that the country hasn't moved an inch from the precipice". He wondered what would happen to the deal if either Raila or Uhuru decided to pull out, bearing in mind the process was not structured or anchored in law. Mudavadi said the BBI should have been structured like the Bomas of Kenya draft constitution, "which was all inclusive but was sacrificed at the altar of political expediency." “People should look and see how inclusive the draft was. It brought religious leaders, women, youth and political leaders, and other stakeholders on board. The initiative should have adopted a similar structures."
SEE ALSO :Mudavadi says Ruto is undermining UhuruOn the forthcoming population census, Mudavadi said Kenyans were looking forward to an exercise managed through bio-metric technology to stem cases of cheating.
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