Justice Fatuma Sichale ruling in the ongoing court decision has handed president Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga hope, in her submission she gave out a contradicting ruling which gave proponents of BBI in mixed feeling hinting that the case could go in their side,earlier judge Masiga had hit the two with bare truth by upholding the high courts decision.
Justice Fatuma Sichale claimed that despite ruling against BBI,courts just like any other government offices have rogue court officials who have not been elected by the public,Sichale was the fourth judge to rule on the BBI appeal,since today early in the morning the court of appeal has been reading their decision which will either give bbi a go head or stop it from proceeding.
Emotions are already high from both sides as proponents of BBI are expecting the court of appeal to overturn the high court decision,while hustler nation camp are yearning for the court to rule on their side
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