SIAYA DECIDES: Members of County Assembly pass bill seeking secession in Kenya

Siaya county speaker

Siaya County MCAs have passed a bill seeking to legalize formation of the people’s assemblies in Kenya.

The bill was drafted by the National Super Alliance as part of its campaign to stop Jubilee party from ruling the country.

On Wednesday, Siaya County Assembly speaker, Mr. George Okode led the debate on the motion which was moved by Central Sakwa MCA and the Majority Chief whip, Johaness Andiego and seconded by Usonga MCA, Sylvester Madialo.

Governor Cornell Rasanga will be presented with the bill to sign, which will allow the constitution of people’s assembly.

This follows Nasa leader call for an interim government yesterday, which has sparked controversies in the country.

 

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