President Kenyatta launches BBI signature collection



President Uhuru Kenyatta has said the constitutional amendment process being undertaken through BBI process will help fix some of the country’s deep rooted challenges such as the cyclic post-election violence.

The President said BBI is aimed at strengthening Kenya’s constitutional configuration by amending identified provisions in the 2010 constitution.

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“We need to strengthen the 2010 constitution if we are to continue our decades-long journey in seeking to advance the wellbeing of all Kenyans,” he said.

The President Kenyatta spoke Wednesday today at KICC in Nairobi County where he and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga launched the exercise of collecting signatures in support of constitutional amendments in line with the BBI road map. #BBISignatureLaunch

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