Kisumu Becomes The Second County To Endorse Building Bridges Initiative
By Onyaiti | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 0 views
Anyang Nyon'go Kisumu county has today become the second county to pass building brigades constitutional amendments,this comes just two days after former prime minister Raila Odinga toured lower Nyanza.During his meeting with MCA's they agreed to pass the amendments,the first county to agree on passing the amendments was siaya where Raila Odinga hails from.With county government agreeing to pass BBI it will be a big blow to deputy president William Ruto aand his allies who have been rallying Kenyans to oppose amendments that will be tabled to them.
Only 26 counties are needed to pass those amendments for a referendum to be held,already four counties inclusive of Kisumu have already passed the amendments.Their have been court that has been issued by a five judges that will halt the referendum to take place,this court order will derail any plans that president Kenyatta and Raila Odinga had.This will mean that they have to wait until the high gives a verdict on whether a referendum should take place or not
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