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Deputy President William Ruto’s footsoldiers are currently preparing to launch an opposition campaign to the BBI proposed referendum saying that the initiative fails to capture the aspirations of Kenyans.
The process entered a crucial stage on Wednesday with the launch of the collection of one million signatures.
They argue that BBI has not talked about how the livelihoods of Kenyan farmers and small-scale traders will be protected and uplifted.
The outspoken Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa has offered himself to lead the ‘No campaigns’ in rejecting the BBI, saying it does not promise to address the problems of the common man.
Ruto has been at the forefront of opposing constitutional changes calling for consensus and dealing with issues that affect the public.