Murang'a Governor Mwangi Wa Iria & MCAs Break into a Dance After They Endorsed The BBI Bill [Video]
By Reliable_News | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 14943 views
Murang'a County MCAs on Tuesday joined other county assemblies in endorsing the Building Bridges Initiative draft bill. All the MCA voted in support of the report.
According to a video shared online, the county boss Mwangi Wa Iria led the Ward reps in letting loose after they passed the bill.
This comes weeks after the Senator Irungu Kang'ata claimed that the BBI report was unpopular in the region and that only two people in a group of ten supported the report.
Will couple of days down the line since then, and the move by President Uhuru Kenyatta to hold a meeting with the Mount Kenya leaders in Nyeri at the Sagana State Lodge, the perspective of the report seem to have taken a positive turn.
Other counties who have today unanimously today to pass the bill include; Mombasa, Garissa, Kitui, Makueni, Nyeri, Lamu, Machakos, Nyamira and Kirinyaga.
According to the county so far, 25 counties have supported the bill, paving way for the bill to be taken to the parliament.
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