The Orange Democratic Movement party Secretary General Edwin Sifuna has revealed the secrets of their meeting with took place yesterday. Sifuna, who is the Orange Democratic Movement party spokesman talked on behalf of the party leadership just a day after they held a closed-door meeting with ODM Members of County Assemblies.
In his official Twitter account, the Secretary-General put it in black and white that their mission was non-other than preparing the Orange Democratic Movement party Members of County Assemblies ahead of the Building Bridges Initiative Bill.
ODM MCAs in a meeting ahead of BBI Bill/ Twitter Photo
This comes barely two weeks after the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission forwarded the BBI proposal for ahead of the Constitution amendments after verifying the one million-plus signatures.
"We had a meeting with @TheODMParty MCAs from across Kenya to take them through the BBI Proposals as they prepare to debate the Bill in their Assemblies. The Party has 534 MCAs and it is critical for them, and all of us, to debate the proposals from an informed position," tweeted Sifuna a day after the meeting. Edwin Sifuna, ODM Secretary General/Photo Courtesy
Sifuna's statement has, however, sparked mixed reactions on Twitter in dismissing what he said regards to the distribution of the Orange Democratic Movement party MCAs. While responding to Edwin Sifuna's tweet, Twitter fans indicate that ODM MCAs are not really distributed evenly across the country, but concentrated in one corner of the country.
On the other hand, other reactions claim that the country needs electoral reforms which had been earlier proposed by the Okoa Kenya Movement suggesting that the rest should way for a parliamentary system of government.
The Orange Democratic movement party is however very optimistic that the BBI proposal Bill forwarded to the MCAs shall bear fruits thus unstoppable.
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