Western MCAs Meeting In Kakamega Ahead Of BBI Motion
By Mashinama | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 0 views
0Today all elected and nominated MCA from Bungoma,Busia ,Kakamega and Vihiga are meeeting at kakamega Golf hotel.The meeting is said to have been called by COTU secretary Francis Atwoli. The lnvited guests for the meeting are Bungoma senator moses wetangula and honourable Musalia Mudavadi.
The agenda of the meeting has not been clearly disclosed but however sources states that the meeting is meant to brainstorm on the BBI document. Its rumoured that meeting is said to be aimed at how MCAs can go and popularize the BBI document by the voting motion is introduced in their respective county Assembles.
This meeting chaired by COTU secretary Francis Atwoli,who is also in support of BBI document might use the forum to deliberate the Goodies in the BBI document. This may see the document being passed with easy at county Assemblies.
Its also alleged that honourable Musalia Mudavadi and bungoma senator Moses wetangula as invited guests may use the forum to declare their interest for 2022 presidential Ambition.
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