Ruto's Plan To Stop BBI At County Level Dwindles As Five Counties Endorses The Bill
By @chibupress | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 6964 views
The building bridges initiative ammendment Bill continue to gain momentum at the county assemblies. Today,Busia , Kisumu and West Pilot county have all adopted the bill. This is a boost to Raila and Uhuru kenyatta who hope that by the end of this month. More than 24 counties will be through with the public participation and they will accept the bill.
The rate at which the bill is adopted at the county level is a point of concern to the DP and his Tangatanga team. So far only Baringo county contraversually rejected the bill under unclear circumstances.
The goverors allied to the Uhuru kenyatta and the former Prime Minister have vowed to pass the bill at the county assemblies. All eyes are on the counties from the president backyard , whether they will accept the bill or reject keeping in mind that the area has seen politicians being grouped into two factions,the Tangatanga and kieleweke group.
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