President Uhuru Kenyatta was on Monday during the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) launch at Bomas of Kenya left in stitches after Ashuna Michael – representative of the deaf, encouraged him to get a second wife.
“Recently you went to Kisumu and I heard you went to look for a second wife… I know mama (first lady Magret Kenyatta) agreed to your quest,” Ashuna said leaving the congregation in stitches.
“…My father Raila is here ready to receive the dowry and my brother the Deputy President is ready to be your best man. Now with the new first lady, we will continue to build bridges together and the child for BBI we shall get,” she said leaving the President, his deputy, and ODM leader laughing uncontrollably.
The University of Nairobi law graduate stated that the BBI report was not about the President and his handshake partner Raila Odinga. She said the report was for ordinary Kenyans to promote diversity and inclusivity in the country.
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“BBI is going to unite us all – persons with disabilities, women, youth with all enacted in the report. BBI is meant to change our lives to enable lives as we want,” she said.
Ashuna asked Kenyans to keenly read the document and not let anybody read for them.
For inclusivity to be fully implemented, Ashura asked aspiring governors to appoint persons with disabilities to be their deputies.
“I ask the aspiring governors to appoint persons with disabilities to be their deputies. Don’t listen to anyone, please take your time and read the report,” she said.
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