The court drama continues to hit headlines with new emerging details from Dennis Itumbi.
Earlier on, according to the Star and citizen TV, sent a letter to the deputy registrar, the attorney general shown interest of withdrawing the application due to the fact that he is wishing to switch the case to court of appeal to sought the same matter.
The Building Bridges Initiative proponents were eager to get their voice and dissatisfactions be heard at the high court regarding stopped reggae. They so needed to appeal the ruling because they were disappointed with the ruling. High Court was the only place apart the parliamentarian route.
New details emerges that the lawyers who involved in the Building Bridges Initiative constitutional case has write to the court protesting that the Attorney General cannot withdraw Application of stay of motion without Leave of the court and costs.
The current shocking twist leave the attorney general in hot soup for the move he made on May
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