The Pokot South lawmaker David Pkosing was very excited after West Pokot member of county assembly passed the BBI bill. The outspoken leader said that he was very happy as the MCAs made the right decision for the Pokot community that is largely marginalized.
He also went on to say that the document was very important to them as the amount of resources that the county was going to benefit with the passing of the document was encouraging. He further noted that most of the locals were polygamous and as a result the burden of taking care of their children was going to be eased.
The Mp went on to say that the population of their community was not big and that was the reason why the polygamous form of marriages were very common in the region. He now encouraged the locals to keep on procreating as the BBI was going to help them largely.
He exuded confidence that the remaining counties were going to pass the bill as fast as possible to give Kenyans to enjoy their lives. He said that the community was ready for the referendum anytime as they had lived in problems for decades. He urged the leaders that were opposing to change their mind and join the rest of Kenyans supporting it.
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