"We Are Not Doing Public Participation For Fun!"-Uasin Gishu County Speaker Breaks Silence On BBI
By Saladin123 | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 0 views
It was a big boost for Hon. Raila Odinga and BBI allies today after several counties passed the amendment bill in their county assemblies. Trans-Nzoia, Busia and West Pokot had joined the earlier counties that had passed the document. Kisumu, Siaya and Homabay were the first counties to pass the BBI.
However, Uasin Gishu County Assembly through the county speaker has decided to break its silence on their stand about the document. David Kiplagat has said that Jubilee Party Secretary General Raphael Tuju has given has given them instructions on the BBI Bill. He said that Tuju had intimidated them on passing the amendment bill but they can't accept to be intimidated.
He added that they are not doing public participation just for fun.To insinuate that we will pass or reject BBI Bill at this moment will be premature he added.
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