Big win for Raila, Uhuru as BBI passes counties stage

The Building Bridges Initiative Bill Constitutional Amendment Bill 2020 now moves to Parliament ( National Assembly & Senate) after being passed by 24 County Assemblies.

In Parliament, the final vote will be taken to decide if Kenyans will vote on its proposals in a referendum

During the weekend, ODM leader Raila Odinga expressed confidence that the required 24 assemblies would have passed the BBI Bill by Tuesday, paving the way for it’s next step; the National Assembly.

Raila also fired shots at the Bill’s critics, encouraging them to continue opposing it, promising them a sound beating at the ballot.

County assemblies that passed the BBI Bill on Tuesday include Kakamega, Narok, Makueni, Nyamira, Taita Taveta, Kitui, Bungoma, Murang’a, Machakos, and Lamu.

Others are Nyeri, Nyandarua, Kirinyaga, and Garissa.

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Written by James Mulanda


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  1. The fate of the Building Bridges Initiative bill now lies squarely in the hands of the members of the National Assembly and the Senate after over 24 county assemblies passed it. President Uhuru Kenyatta (right) and ODM leader Raila Odinga displaying copies of the BBI report. Photo: Raila Odinga. Source: Facebook

  2. As on Tuesday, February 23, a total of 28 county assemblies had debated and endorsed the document which paved way for the next stage of the constitutional amendment. This means that the BBI endorsement passed the 24 counties mark, a constitutional threshold required for the document to formally be introduced in the Senate and the National Assembly.

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