Seat reserved for Deputy President William Ruto remained empty all through the Building Bridges Initiative BBI signature launch held at KICC today Wednesday Nov 25th.
A photo has emerged online showing an empty seat which was meant for Deputy President placed on the right hand side of his boss Uhuru Kenyatta as ODM Party leader Raila Odinga took the left position.
Both Uhuru Kenyatta and his new ally Raila Odinga were present in time as well as Council Of Governor Chairman Wycliffe Oparanya and other notable party leaders including Musalia Mudavadi(ANC), Alfred Mutua(Maendeleo Chap Chap) and Mosses Wetang’ula(Ford Kenya).
The event was first endorsed by the Wanjikus who penned their signatures on full screen one after another before M.r Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta also signed the Signature Form.
Not less than four million signatures are targeted to be ready by February next year when the Referendum will be prepared for a NO and Yes vote from members of the public. This is according to Junet Mohammed who assured the two leaders that this will be done in strict adherence to Civid-19 protocols.
“Tanzania, Bukina Faso had their elections and even America’s Trump was defeated despite Coronavirus being around and we are also going to have our plans ongoing accordingly,” Junet stated.
It will be interesting to see what is next for the Deputy President after he missed toady’s important event.
Some sections now allude this to the fact that Ruto feared showing up since he would have found himself at a tight corner during the open signature signing exercise which saw everyone sign his part including Raila and the president.
Insiders claimed that after learning that he would disappoint by not showing up, the programme drafters had to finally exclude him in their time table.
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