Luo community Members of Parliament have finally given their stand on the Building Bridges Initiative report and 2022 politics. Led by Ugunja MP, Hon. Opiyo Wandayi and Homabay senator, Hon. Gladys Wanga, the legislators affirmed their full support behind the BBI report and Handshake.
@OpiyoWandayi Joined my colleague Luo MPs at a press conference today. We remain committed to the BBI process for national integration and equitable development. https://t.co/xqn2G8DXPv
According to the Mps, they support the BBI in it's efforts to increase financial allocations to Counties and for the first time allocate funds to wards. They also reinstated that BBI will create opportunities for youths and strengthen youth funding institutions.
On 2022 politics, the legislators affirmed their support towards Raila Odinga who remains the region's kingpin and his brother, President Uhuru Kenyatta. They reinstated that they have full confidence on President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga to take care of their interests in the run up to 2022 and beyond.
They encouraged the duo to soldier on and ignore those against the Handshake which has brought peace in Kenya.
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