After BBI was termed as null and void by 5 judges of the High Court Of Kenya, the Kenyan Attorney General, Paul Kihara was one of the Government people who highly condemned the ruling. Kihara was the first person to file and petition the BBI rule in the High Court of Kenya which he did it on Friday last week.
Unexpectedly, today Tuesday, 18th of May, 2021, AG Paul Kihara withdrew the petition citing that it would be challenging for him to win from the same court that ruled on the matter. According to Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi, once a given court decides on a matter, it becomes official and it cannot do anything about it not unless you appeal to a higher court than the one that gave the rule.
The court will give its ruling based on all BBI petitions placed before it by email on Wednesday May 26,2021. Confusion has however emerged on how an Attorney General fails to understand some rules of law that govern petitions. Citizens have highly reacted on the matter as some say that the Attorney General is confusing the President.
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