What Raila Did To Those County Assemblies That Passed BBI Bill
By Emmanuelpundit | self meida writer
Published 3 days ago - 23 views
Following today's passing of the Building Bridges Initiative Bill by several county assemblies ,it was indeed a good day for Opposition chief leader Raila Amollo Odinga who had early predicted that this Tuesday would be a Super Tuesday. More than the required number of county assembly (twenty four)passed the bill and this was receiver by delights among Building Bridge Initiative supporters countrywide.
The counties assemblies that passed the amendment bill include Siaya ,Kisumu,Nairobi,Nakuru,Bomet among others. However some counties for example Baringo county rejected the Building Bridges Iniative Amendment bill some weeks ago. Following an official post from Raila Odinga on Facebook he thanked members of county assembly who were united an ensured that BBI was passed successfully
He also said that Kenyans should be driven with their hopes and not fears in order for them to achieve whatever they deserve.The bill will now tabled to the two houses of Parliament for a referendum.
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