David Ndolo, Roy Lumbe\u00a0and Charles Muasya Thirdway Alliance Party leader Ekuru Aukot yesterday suffered yet another blow after Nairobi, Nakuru and Makueni Assemblies rejected his Punguza Mizigo bill. This now brings to 10 the number of devolved units that have so far rejected Aukot\u2019s bill, with only Uasin Gishu having approved the initiative. Aukot now has about 10 days to ensure he garners the support of at least 24 counties to see his bill sailing through.\u00a0 The ground has also been set for the bill to suffer more setbacks after the public rejected it during a public participation exercise. \u201cThe public decision will form part of the report to be tabled before the House soon. Reading the public mood, the House will definitely reject the bill,\u201d Kitui county Assembly Justice and Legal Affairs Committee chairman Nelson Musyoka said.\u00a0 In Nairobi, the bill tabled by the chairman of the Implementation, Justice and Constitutional Affairs Committee Jayendra Malde but moved by Majority Leader\u00a0 Hassan Guyo failed to receive any support from the MCAs due to the proposal to reduce the number of constituencies.\u00a0 While in Nakuru, the Justice and Legal Affairs Committee chairperson Erick Gichuki who tabled the report by the committee said members were not happy with several recommendations in the bill.