Two weeks ago president Uhuru Kenyatta was in Mt.Kenya where he met with all political leaders from the region.The meeting which was held in Sagana Ended up with the declaration of supporting and popularizing the Building Bridges Initiative.The latest leader from the region is Nakuru governor Lee Kinyanjui said that all the county assemblies in Mt.Kenya political block will pass the BBI bill on February 23.According to the star news,the legislator expressed his confidence and he confirmed that at least 24 counties will approve the BBI bill by the end of this month.
Lee Kinyanjui has confirmed that,Nakuru and Laikipia counties in the Rift valley will approve the bill come on 23 February.While attending the fundraiser at Maombini PCEA church in Subukia,the county boss revealed that his county has already read the Bill and they are ready to ahead.
According to the Star News,Governor said "Three county assemblies have passed the Bill and more are set to pass the document after house sittings resume from a two-month recess,” he said. Kinyanjui was accompanied by MP Samuel Gachobe and other leaders.
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