Ruto speaks after skipping BBI signature collection launch

Wednesday, November 25th, 2020 15:50 |
Deputy President William Ruto at a past function. Photo/PD/File

Deputy President William Ruto has insisted that consensus on the contentious issues in the Building Bridges Initiative report can be reached even after signature collection launch.

Ruto, who tweeted hours after President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga launched collection of signatures in preparation for referendum, said Kenyans should be given a chance to express themselves.

"Even with the signature launch there is still a real chance at consensus for a non-divisive referendum that will give kenyans the opportunity to express themselves without an us vs them, win vs lose contest. Unity is the strength needed to fight COVID19 and organise the economy," the DP tweeted.

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