The ODM (Orange Democratic Movement) party has warned its MPs against taking part in a caucus aimed at reviewing parts of the BBI Bill through Parliament instead of a referendum.
Some members BBIODM (Orange Democratic Movement)ODM National Chairman John MbadiSitna Omar Read on
As Kenyans wait eagerly to have the BBI actualized in the constitution, there is urgent need to promote and enjoy cultural diversity that exists among communities, Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru has said.
Waiguru however cautioned that all BBIFormer Mwea MP Peter GitauIrungu MwangiKirinyaga Governor Anne WaiguruMeru Council of Elders (Njuri Ncheke)the Kikuyu Council of elders (kiama kia ma) Read on
Kirinyaga Governor, Anne Waiguru, says she was excited to see Legislators overwhelmingly pass the BBI Bill last week.
Waiguru said it was amusing to see even those Members of Parliament (MPs) who were opposed Anne WaiguruBBIIrungu MwangiKagio townKirinyaga GovernorPCEA Read on
Jubilee Party Kirinyaga branch Chairman Mureithi Kang’ara has called for unity among Mount Kenya leaders ahead of the BBI referendum.
Addressing the media at a Sagana hotel, Kang’ara said the passage BBIBBI referendumKirinyagaMureithi Kang'araMutai Kipngetich Read on
Those opposed to the BBI even before seeing the document should seek for experts’ advice over the document instead of blindly rejecting it.
A top Civil Servant Dr. Karanja Kibicho said it BBIInterior Principal Secretary Dr. Karanja KibichoKirinyaga CountyWoman Representative Wangui Ngirichi Read on