Six weeks ago, the high court of Kenya made a landmark ruling on the Building Bridges Initiative case presented to it by those who were totally opposing. The bench of learned judges found the popular initiative to be unconstitutional.
This dealt a heavy and big blow in the very senses of the words to the BBI Secretariat. The promoters of the bill decided that they would not at any time agree with the decision. What followed next was making an appeal after coming up with a very strong legal team. Senior Counsel James Orengo and Dr Otiende Amollo are part of it.
These two men are not your ordinary advocates. They both have served in the field for a number of years. If you can still remember,the two played a very important role in the 2017 presidential election petition. They won the case and NASA was proud.
Law is very interesting and we should expect nothing short of weighty submissions from these legal minds before the judges of the second most powerful court make a decision.
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