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Isaac Ruto targets 200,000 signs for law amends

By Kimutai Gilbert | November 28th 2020 at 19:12:55 GMT +0300

Chama Cha Mashinani party leader Isaac Ruto (pictured) has said South Rift region will deliver 200,000 signatures in support of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) constitutional amendment Bill.

Speaking during the launch of the exercise at a Bomet hotel yesterday, Ruto said the exercise was non-contested and urged residents to turn up in large numbers to endorse the proposed changes.

“We are hopeful that by close of business on Wednesday, we would have collected 100,000 signatures in Bomet and Kericho counties alone,” he said.

The Mashinani Leader was accompanied by Kanu Secretary-General Nick Salat, Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) Secretary General Wilson Sossion, Chepalungu MP Gideon Koskei, National Vision party elections director Benard Koros, former Buret MP Paul Sang and Nyangores MCA Andrew Maritim.

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Sossion pleaded with teachers to support the proposed amends, saying he was ready to mobilise them to append their signatures.

“We do not care who becomes the President in 2022, what we are asking our people to do is is support the process,” he said.

Salat on his part assured the Bill “captures the aspirations of the masses and needs full support across the land”.

The leaders said the regions farmers would benefit immensely if they endorsed the Bill that has provision to protect the trade

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