The Machakos county Governor today said that he was fully backing BBI because he knew what it meant to his county in terms of development. The outspoken leader went on to add that he had done huge projects that were impactful to the residents with an allocation of nine billion only.
The vocal Governor proceeded to say that Kenyans needed to pass the vital document despite a few challenges in the document. He said that the few issues in it could be revisited later. He warned Kenyans from allowing themselves to be misled by some leaders who were selfish and their happiness was just to see them suffer as they contrite prosper.
He finally said that BBI was a game changer to many counties because of the more allocations of funds they were going to get. He added that as a leader he had seen what good leadership meant to people especially when there was funds to undertake crucial projects. He said that he would want to see more counties coming to benchmark in his county.
Attached is a video link of the Governor speaking:
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