Ruto's Ally Changes Tune, Promise To Pass BBI By 23rd February
By @gabi | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 56 views
Kajiado Governor Joseph Ole Lenku has given a clean bill on the issue of Building Bridges Initiative BBI. The county has been known to be Ruto's political strongly and therefore expected to go slow on the issues of BBI.The county boss has been on Ruto's political side for quit along time now. Speaking today at Milele FM, Lenku has given the benefits of the initiative citing that the Masai Community will benefit largely if it is passed.
He has also talked about the unity of the country and linked them to what is written in the initiative. "All issues about this country are present in the documents," he added. Lenku also claims that the problems Masai community face interms of land are also captured in the document. At the end Lenku promised that having looked at all the benefits pertained his county will pass the initiative by 23rd February this month.
Ole Lenku promises comes days after the president had met MCA's in his central region and offering them a car grant. Counties like Siaya have also already passed the bill.
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