Baringo MCAs Come Out, Regret Rejecting BBI and Warn Ruto After More Than 30 Counties Passed it
By Robbi | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 8382 views
Building Bridges Initiative continues gain momentum, becoming the most discussed issue in Kenyan political arena.Today was the most important day as more than 24 counties required to pass BBI, have voted in favour of the report.
And now a section Baringo CountyMCAs have come out and regretted voting against BBI. One of the MCAs claimed that they were misled into rejecting the report as they are the only county, that has rejected BBI, out of 39 counties that have debated on BBI.The MCA also called on President Uhuru and Raila Odinga to make sure that BBI a success.He also said that it will be hard to see another person who has rejected BBI be left to implement the report.
The MCA who also talked to the Star, warned Dp Ruto against class politics that might ruin the country. He touched also on the incident that happened in Kabarnet, where Ruto's allies chased away the alleged Kanu supporters.The MCA termed the incident as barbaric.
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