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BBI signature collection launch set for Thursday postponed

Launch of collection of 1 million signatures needed for the BBI report set for Thursday 19th November 2020 has been postponed.

“The National Secretariat of the Building Bridges Initiative wishes to announce the postponement of the launch of the collection of signatures earlier scheduled for tomorrow, 19th November 2020.” said BBI Secretariat.

The news was shared by the National Secretariat of the Building Bridges Initiative who noted that the changes were due to late completion and publication of the Constitution Amendment Bill 2020.

“The postponement has been necessitated by late completion and publication of the Constitutional Amendment Bill 2020 which is scheduled for printing later tonight.” said the Secretariat.

In the meantime, a new date will be set and communicated by the Secretariat as confirmed through the letter.

The news comes a day after ODM party leader confirmed that the exercise will kick off this week before the signatures are submitted to IEBC for verification.

A referendum date will then be held as the whole exercise set to be completed in April next year as confirmed by the former Prime Minister.

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