Your Future Is In Safe Hands- ODM Chairman To The West Pokot MCAs
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West Pokot County Assembly became The Fifth Assembly Nationally and the first one In Rift Valley Region to pass the Building bridges initiative bill, The bill that is currently in the county assemblies causes alot of anxiety since it's in the basic stage that will determine its future.
West Pokot was not expected to vote in favour of the bill considering that it falls under a region considered to be Deputy president William Ruto's stronghold, by voting for the bill, it is a win for the pro handshake team consisting of President Uhuru Kenyatta's allies and those of former prime minister Raila Odinga, leaders and members of the public have reacted to the latest news of counties Supporting and rejecting the bill.
Reacting to The Pokot County Assembly's move, ODM Chairman Hon. John Mbadi also the member of parliament, Suba South Constituency in Homabay County, has congratulated the Pokot MCAs and assured them of a bright future.
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