No referendum – Mudavadi shoots down postponement of 2022 polls

Saturday, August 28th, 2021 18:18 | By
ANC Party leader Musalia Mudavadi. PHOTO/Kenna Claude
ANC Party leader Musalia Mudavadi. PHOTO/Kenna Claude

ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi has ruled out the possibility of the August 9, 2022 elecctions being postponed.

According to Mudavadi, the actualisation of the Building Bridges Iniative (BBI) will not be possible after the Appelate court upheld the High Court declared BBI null and void,

“Parliament has a mandate to amend the constitution but the component that would require a referendum may not be feasible in the context of the time left and the constitution deadline may not allow a referendum,” Mudavadi said.

In his economic revival agenda, Mudavadi said he will launch an economic strategy that will empower Kenyans.

“When we say pesa mfukoni, we are sending a message that the cost of living has become unbearable, With Pesa Mfukoni, we are talking of an economy that will allow Kenyans to have more money in their pockets that will enable them to meet their obligations without pressure and stress that they go through,” Mudavadi said.

At the same time, Mudavadi said the principals of One Kenya Alliance (OKA) will announce the plan of the alliance ahead of next years election.

“The process has started and has not closed, reaching out to other leaders is ongoing, everything does not happen in the public eye, we will only pronounce the critical milestones,” Mudavadi said.

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