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What President Uhuru told religious leaders at the Tuesday State House meeting

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday is said to have told church leaders at State House to remain true to their cause and not to allow politicians to use church podiums to engage in their political madness. On Tuesday, President Uhuru met religious leaders at State House Nairobi after they called on him regarding the BBI report and the country’s politics. The religious leaders, through Archbishop John Njue also beseeched President Uhuru to grant DP Ruto an audience.

On Wednesday evening, DP Ruto’s men welcomed the move by The National Secretariat of the Building Bridges Initiative to postpone the launch of the collection of signatures for the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) scheduled for November 19, 2020.

The BBI Secretariat last evening announced that they have postponed the launch of the collection of signatures, citing late completion and publication of the constitutional amendment bill 2020.

“The National Secretariat of the Building Bridges Initiative wishes to announce the postponement of the launch of collection of signatures earlier scheduled for tomorrow 19th, November 2020. the postponement has been necessitated by late completion and publication of the constitutional amendment bill 2020. which is scheduled for printing later tonight” part of the statement reads.

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