Raila, Musalia, Orengo Joins Together In Congratulating County Assemblies
By 80Percent | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 63 views
Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has lauded MCAs on a day 21 assemblies voted to approve the Constitution Amendment Bill, 2020.
The ODM boss said the action of the assemblies pushes the country closer to the referendum, which according to BBI Secretariat should be held in June this year.
It is encouraging to see that the Constitution Amendment Bill 2020 has been passed by the county assemblies overwhelmingly. We can now move to the next phase in the House of Parliament before Kenyans are ultimately given the choice to vote Yes or No in the resulting referendum-musalia Mudavadi
"SUPER TUESDAY! Let me quote again my favorite 20th century poet to my friends in tanga tanga, T S Eliot in Hollow Men THIS IS THE WAY THE WORLD ENDS NOT WITH A BANG BUT A WHIMPER. Or is your tale full of sound and fury, signifying nothing (the Bard)".-siaya senator James Orengo
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