"Nairobi County Assembly to Pass BBI Tomorrow by 3pm," Declares Majority Leader Abdi Guyo(VIDEO)
By #ruto | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 0 views
Nairobi county will pass BBI tomorrow by 3pm declares Nairobi county majority leader Abdi Guyo. Speaking today to the member of Public Guyo said BBI will bring development to grassroots and many people will benefit especially residents of Nairobi as county will get more funds which will enhance efficient service delivery to the Nairobians.
This comes just hours after kajiado county becoming the latest county to pass constitutional amendment Bill 2020. Other counties that have already approved the bill are Siaya County, Kisumu county, Homabay county, Busia County, West Pokot county and Trans Nzoia county. Baringo county is the only county that has shoot down the Bill but the section of members of assembly have moved to the court to petition the move.
This is good news to president Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake partners Raila Odinga as they are now getting the number that will see Building Bridges Initiative get to referendum by June this year.
To watch the video click the link below https://twitter.com/i/status/1362051669689847808
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