Thirdway Alliance Party leader Dr Ekuru Aukot has said that all is not lost despite ten County Assemblies rejecting Punguza Mizigo Bill.
Speaking to the press on Wednesday, Aukot said that it is just the beginning of the race.
He also thanked Kenyans of goodwill who have supported the proposals since he started reaching out to county assemblies for support.
The former presidential candidate also pleaded to Kenyans from different walks of life to stand with him as he fights for the change in the constitution, saying that a referendum is unstoppable.
“In case they thought Punguza Mizigo is an event we will shock them. We appeal to all Kenyans to join this Punguza Mizigo movement, and I want to thank Kenyan’s who have supported the Punguza Mizigo bill so far,” Aukot said as quoted in a tweet by Citizen TV.
The Thirdway Alliance Party leader has been blaming mainstream political parties including Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) and Jubilee for the woes befalling his camp.
He has accused the two parties of bribing their Members of the County Assemblies to reject the proposals in favour of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).
Aukot opines that Kenyans with a sober mind will with no doubt stand with him to the end as he fights for the reduction of the number of MPs and presidential term limit.