Bobasi Member of parliament, Innocent Obiri has reitarated his support in the Building Bridges Initiative ( BBI)Draft Report launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta, terming it adequate.
The lawmaker has urged the government to adopt it the way it is, saying it addresses pertinent issues which will enhance the country’s governance, leadership, democracy and inclusivity.
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Speaking at St Jones Orogare secondary school during education day the Legislature said he will not attend all the BBI meetings across the country and instead will spend time at the constituency to serve his constituents.
He said he supports the Report as it was presented at the Bomas of Kenya, stressing that if it is changed, he will look at it before he supports.
“On the changes I must read it first, before I support it first, “said Mr Obiri.
BBI campaign will go down in Nakuru as scheduled .