Youths under the umbrella of Young Turks For Handshake Alliance (YOTHA) have begun a countrywide Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) sensitisation program.
The youths will have a representative from each County who will be leading the National campaigns.
The meetings will be held in each of the Sub Counties starting with those in Nyanza Region.
Led by Jaoko Oburu, the youths say it is their responsibility to market the BBI Bill and have it successfully proceed for a referendum.
“Let’s not judge the Bill based on our political affiliations. This is a document that seeks to unite Kenyans and create a better future.”
Kisii YOTHA Coordinator Ochawangi Mengo says they will join other political leaders in sensitising locals on the needy to support the Bill.
Kisii YOTHA secretary Naftal Obwocha says there is no need to incite Kenyans to oppose the Bill.
“Let the County Assemblies do their work without being coerced. We are sure of getting the required threshold to have the Bill proceed to the next level.”
By Frank Akunga