"There were some MCAs who voted against my party leader Gideon Moi, they are leaders and need to be recognized and reached to, they might have rushed to make the decision without their leaders reaching out to them and then they voted the way they wanted, it was a message to Gideon.." said Atwoli.
He called upon Gideon Moi to move closer to the leaders, engage them and also recognize them as the leaders who are in close touch with the grassroots.
Atwoli's remarks comes at a time when 41 county assemblies have passed the bill with only Uasin Gishu, Mandera, Nandi, Kilifi and Elegyo Marakwet counties pending to make their decisions, a move that might be taking anytime this week.
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