Ngilu to Spearhead ‘BBI Chapter’ In lower Eastern Region

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The Governor of Kitui County Hon Charity Kaluki Ngilu as been picked to lead the Building Bridges Initiative for Lower Eastern region the COUNTY DIARY can authoritatively report.

Therefore counties that form the Eastern region and all pro Building Bridges Initiatives will be reporting to the Governor of Kitui on the progress from their home counties.

This was revealed by the Governor Ngilu during her speech at Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamenga County.

Meanwhile the Kitui Governor thanked President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga for agreeing to work together for the sake of Kenyan through BBI.

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There was a protocol hitch at the stadium after Senator Moses Wetangula was called to speak but declined, over protocol lapse.

He was later called and gave his speech.

Wetangula said the purpose of BBI is to unite the country contrary to what some people are doing.

Amani party leader and presidential hopeful Musalia Mudavadi speaking during the function said there are political scavengers who have hijacked the BBI process to settle political scores and urged them to get into the course and stop sowing seeds of discord among leaders

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Others Governors from Ukambani counties did not attend the Kakamenga meeting, nevertheless they are expected to salute Ngilu and work under her.

Before we went to the Press, COUNTY DIARY had not contacted the Governors of Makueni and Machakos to ascertain the reason as to why they could not attend the Bukhungu BBI Rally.

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The next BBI grand meeting is expected to be held in Coast region on Saturday.

Speaking during the meeting The former prime minister Rt Hon Raila Odinga said the country had suffered under political malpractices every election year and the history must be changed through BBI.

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