Orange Democratic Movement Party National Chairman John Mbadi has warned of 'Chaos' in case the proposal of additional 70 new constituencies is not Implemented by 2027 if the BBI bill goes through the referendum.
Speaking with the Star yesterday, Mbadi claimed that any delay with the implementation of the proposal in 2022's general elections will lead to the constituencies lagging behind in terms of development.
"... That would pose a dangerous scenario because some of the electoral areas may suffer development consequences including biased develop of they don't apply during the 2022's elected.
He added; "Constituencies are created so that they apply in the next general elections, otherwise some areas may end up being undeveloped.."
A section of Raila's close confidants were championing for amendment of the BBI bill on claims that 70 constituencies were benefiting a selected Region.
A couple of weeks ago, the IEBC claimed that it was the only body tasked with the formation of new wards or constituencies hence clashing with the BBI proponents.
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