Homa Bay becomes 3rd County to pass BBI (Constitutional Amendment) Bill

Kisumu and Siaya have already passed the Bill

Homa  Bay County Assembly

Homa Bay County assembly is now the third devolved unit to pass the Building Bridges Initiative (Constitutional Amendment) Bill 2020.

This comes after Kisumu and Siaya counties assemblies unanimously passed the Bill, a few days ago.

Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Chairman Wafula Chebukati submitted the draft Bill to the 47 counties for debate on January 26, 2021.

On Tuesday, Kisumu become the second County Assembly to pass the Building Bridges Initiative (Constitutional Amendment) Bill 2020.

Siaya County Assembly was the first to pass the BBI (Constitutional Amendments) Bill.

The Bill requires the approval of at least 24 county assemblies before it is forwarded to parliament.

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