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Nobody can stop reggae was a line Kenyans had gotten used to way before the Corona Virus pandemic hit the Kenya. ODM party boss Raila Odinga was fond of using it in pro-Building Bridges Initiative rallies.

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The Building Bridges Initiative is a product of the March 9th 2018 handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga

Before Baba, as he is famously referred to tested positive for the disease, he had started a nationwide sensitization program aimed at enlightening Kenyans more about the benefits of the document that had received a nod from 98% of the country’s county assemblies.

Siaya county senator James Orengo while addressing a gathering in his county had accused and warned senior government officials against hijacking the process and using it as political tool for 2022.

“Let me warn some top civil servants paid by tax-payers money to stop meddling in Kenya’s political leadership,” Orengo said in Siaya.

He was speaking during the memorial of former Kahawa Wendani MCA, Cyrus Omondi, who died last year in June.

Orengo’s remarks came just a few days after Raila Odinga’s brother, Oburu Odinga, had said that Raila was open to working with DP Ruto in 2022.

Pro reggae brigade.

Ruto has all but formally been exiled from Jubilee Party, with the relationship between him and the President broken.

All blames were apparently being directed at Interior PS Karanja Kibicho.

A recent tweet by Homa Bay town MP Peter Kaluma further threw the progress of the initiative into a limbo.

Sources privy to the matter further indicate that the BBI secretariat chaired by Hon Junet and Mr Waweru could have been disbanded and all their operations transferred to Kibicho.

With the birth of the One Alliance Kenya, a movement comprising of Gideon Moi, Mudavadi, Kalonzo and Wetangula and with Raila allegedly having fallen out with his NASA co-principals, pundits believe the new alliance provides president Uhuru Kenyatta with the best opportunity of ‘dumping’ Raila Odinga.

The One Alliance team last week promised heightened political activities in support of the document once President Kenyatta suspends the ban on political gatherings in the country.

Will reggae survive the current political winds or will the proponents of the document be forced to abandon it halfway? Only time will tell.

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