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Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) is still on, despite the disturbance to the political environment by the naval virus.

ODM leader Raila Odinga says every crisis gives an opportunity for renewal, terming the coronavirus a chance to enhance the country’s unity through the handshake. 

Mr Odinga says the country will be unified after the referendum where most ugly articles from the new constitution have been ironed out.

Though the coronavirus pandemic has seemingly ‘stopped reggae’, Odinga, whose handshake with President Uhuru Kenyatta in March 2018 has triggered a barrage of activity aimed at revising the Constitution ahead of the 2022 General Election.

" After the corona crisis, we will emerge again. Reggae is on half time, narudia Ya kwamba baada ya corona, reggae itaendelea kunguruma. Nobody can stop reggae,” said Odinga.

Raila Odinga says he confident that BBI will help Kenyans cross the bridge that had a crocodile to Canaan.

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