Nairobi County MCAs have vowed to pass the Building Bridges Initiative Bill tomorrow saying that the document has goodies for ordinary Kenyans.
Today the assembly conducted public participation in on the bill sensitizing Nairobians on what is inside the BBI Bill.
According to minority leader Michael Ogada they will accompany the bill with people’s views so that they can be considered in Parliament.
“The had public participation and Nairobians have given us what should be added on the bill. But since we don’t have that power at the assembly level, we shall forward them to Parliament after passing the bill tomorrow. As the minority I have mobilised members and tomorrow we shall do justice to this bill by passing it,” Ogada said.
Same were echoed by Deputy Speaker Geoffrey Majiwa who asked Nairobi residents to support the BBI up to its final stage which is referendum.
“We will do our part tomorrow but let the residents hep us passing the BBI Bill even at the ballot,” Majiwa added.