Nakuru County Governor Lee Kinyanjui has welcomed the campaigns that are aimed at popularizing the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report to the county.
Kinyanjui while speaking to The Standard claimed that he is yet to receive a formal notification of the meeting and had only become aware of the reports through the media.
According to Kinyanjui, he had heard that the rally may be held at Afraha stadium. He went ahead to point out that the Nakuru County Government will facilitate the rally in the event that it takes place.
“I have only heard through the media that they will hold a rally at Afraha Stadium. They are welcome and as a county government, we shall facilitate their being at the facility. For us, our meetings shall go on as earlier scheduled,” Governor Kinyanjui stated.
Governor Kinyanjui's sentiments come just a day after Elgeyo Marakwet Senator and leader of majority in the Senate announced that a BBI rally will take place at Nakuru county.
Murkomen made the announcement after meeting with a section of Jubilee party members who are largely allied to Deputy President William Ruto.
Murkomen further revealed during the Monday press conference that both the President and Deputy President will attend the BBI rally that will take place in Nakuru.