Busia is the Fourth County to Pass BBI Bill


Story/Reuben Olita

Busia became the fourth county after Siaya, Kisumu and Homabay to pass the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) Constitutional Amendment Bill, 2020.

The Members of the County Assembly overwhelmingly voted yes to the bill that requires the approval of 24 county assemblies for it to be subjected to a referendum.

The report of the County Assembly on Legal and Human Rights on the public participation and consideration of the constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2020 was tabled by the committee chairman David Kokonya.

Those who supported the Bill included John Obwogo, Novena Ndaliro, Cynthia Mutere, Moses Ochieng, Patrick Obuya Eunice Nyongesa, Fredrick Musirimba, Job Oteba, Grace Olita, Bernard Papa, Felix Omanyi and Leader of Majority, Kassaman Ekesa.

Nominated MCA, Bernard Odako rejected the document over claims that he needed more time to go through the document before making informed decision.


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