The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga on Tuesday 3 December had a private meeting with the Kirinyaga County Governor in his Capitol Hill office in Upper Hill Nairobi to discuss matters concerning the country.
In a meeting that lasted for almost one-hour, the two leaders discussed about the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report and the handshake that gave light to BBI.
According to reports by the Daily Nation, the two leaders who have seriously embraced the report talked about what would be the next course after the BBI report launch.
Speaking to the publication, the Kirinyaga chief stated, “I shared my opinion with Odinga on what should be done to realise the recommendations by the BBI taskforce. ”
Waiguru further stated that there was a need to offer civic education all over the country to ensure everyone is on the same page with BBI implementation.
“The electoral body will then take the proposed constitution draft to the county assemblies where we need at least half the counties to pass the bill, then to the National Assembly where we will only need 50 percent of those present to pass,” Waiguru said.
The opposition chief on his part told reporters that they had discussed national cohesion and inclusivity.