Vihiga MCA Clears The Air On Why They Voted For BBI Shortly After Approving The Bill
By Mkombozy | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 559 views
Nominated MCA Hon Venna Ubagga of ANC party has explained and cleared the air on why they approved the BBI bill as an assembly. According to her, it's their duty to ensure that the citizens they are representing get justice. This is provided for in the BBI by increasing the allocation to counties up to 35% from the current 15% minimum requirement.
The ward development fund has also played a key role in ensuring the ward reps approves the bill.
"We did our people justice by voting Yes to the Bbi Amendment Bill 2021. Our key responsibility is to see our people receive their rightful share of resources. Through Bbi, we are set to receive 35% of allocation, Get NG-Cdf funds and most importantly the Ward fund among many others. Blessings." Venna Ubagga
Vihiga now joins Nairobi county, Kisii county in passing the bill today bringing the number of counties that have approved the bill to 9. The BBI train seems to have taken off and is unstoppable with only one county shooting down the bill
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