Hon. Kareke Mbiuki has urge his constituency to come out in full support for the Building Bridges initiative that is meant to bring more money to the counties.
Hon. Kareke Mbiuki urge the people not to think that the Building Bridges initiative is all about Former prime minister Hon Raila Odinga. He further added that the Building Bridges initiative is a good documents because ones the Bill is passed more money will start entering the counties which will bring more development.
According to Hon. Kareke Mbiuki, BBI has nothing to do with Raila Odinga, Maara MP Kareke Mbiuki says.
Because the Building Bridges initiative has been criticized by many counties just because Former prime minister Raila Odinga is involved in initiating the Bill through his handshake with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The Building Bridges initiative doesn't look like a document that can be stop even with the rumours that is alleging that the relationship between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Former prime minister Hon Raila Odinga who is the co founder of the BBI bill is not in good shape.
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