Kericho MCA Makes Clarification On Alleged BBI Elections In The County
By Mkenya.com | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 9275 views
One of Kericho County member of County Assembly, Hon Paul Chirchir, has made a clarification on alleged BBI Elections.
This comes after internet erupted with Majority of Netizens claiming that Kericho County had already Conducted it's Elections. According to one of the post, it mentioned that the county had become the second to reject the Report after Baringo County.
However, from a Facebook post, Kapsoit Ward MCA Hon Paul Chirchir has mentioned that Kericho County is yet to vote. "County Assembly of Kericho has not taken a vote on BBI, ignore any information contrary to this doing rounds." Hon Chirchir.
Currently counties have been given mandate to discuss on BBI Report. Three Counties including Kisumu, Siaya and Homa Bay have already Pass the bill while one county Baringo has rejected it.
President Kenyatta's backyard is yet to make decision. It remains a guess on whether the four days Uhuru spent at his backyard would bore fruits.
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