The building bridges initiative (BBI) process continues to be a major talking point in the country even now ever since president Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM party leader Raila Odinga made their surprise political truce.
The two leaders are the ones who pioneered the idea of uniting the country that has now culminated into a referendum that is expected to be conducted in a few months.
However, Kikuyu Constituency MP Kimani Ichung’wah has a different analysis of the building bridges initiative and took to social media with a late-night message dissecting just what the BBI process means to him.
According to Ichung’wah, the proposed constitutional changes are meant to come up with a system of dominance where kenyans will be prevailed against to remain poor and depend on the top tier leaders popularly reffered to as deep state, in kenyan circles.
“Because STATE CAPTURE is REAL. The Economy has to remain that way to make as many people dependent, poor& easy to manipulate. They must be living in fear (COVID-19) to remain vulnerable.
Then we use the Constitutional changes to create a system of perpetual dominance over them,” he said.