In two separate newspaper advertisements, the County Assembly and the Governor's Office called on the public to submit their views on the bill at different times.
County Secretary Benjamin Mutie announced Friday that there will be a series of meetings on Wednesday and Tuesday across the county to involve the public in the bill.
The county legislature has also formed a committee of 11 Members of County Assembly who will scrutinize the bill, with many of them happy with President Uhuru Kenyatta's announcement to cancel their car loans and instead give them the money as a subsidy.
According to Mr Mbilu, citizens, leaders and religious leaders will agree on the bill before it is debated and voted in the County Assembly.
It is understood that the county speaker is for the Building Bridges Initiative report whereas the County governor is opposed to the report.
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