Attorny General had filed a petition last week seeking to the court to reverse it's decision of annulling constitution amendment Bill 2020.
In a notice dated 18th May 2021, Kihara explained he was seeking to file another petition at the court of appeal.
Part of the notice reads "Take notice that the Hon Attorney General hereby withdraws his notice of motion application dated May 14, 2021 as he is desirous of invoking the concurrent jurisdiction of the Court of Appeal to seek similar reliefs,"
The court directed the involved parties to submit their written submissions by close of business this Thursday, May 20.
If the the petition will be filed and certified as a matter of urgency at the court of the appeal then the final verdict is expected to given on 26th May 2021.
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