Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) is a constitutional amendment bill that came into existence after the president of Kenya hon Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader hon Raila Odinga came into agreement through the handshake where they came with this bill with an intention of bringing unity in the country.
Now, some few days ago, there were some allegations all over the country that the county assemblies passed a wrong BBI during their debates. These allegations caused some tensions in the country as it is still not known whom produced this fake BBI.
Now, today, the county assemblies have come come out to reveal that they debated and passed or rejected a BBI document which they received from IEBC. This news were established by the NATION through their Twitter page."The assemblies insist that they debated and passed or rejected the document received from the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC)." Said the Nation
This Statement by the MCAs will put IEBC on fire as they might be held responsible for producing the fake BBI document.
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